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Tips for authors
There are many guidelines in the web pages how to write scientific papers in a clear, unambiguous and concise manner. Please check it out. However, each scientific paper must answer the following questions in each individual section of the paper.

What was done in the paper?

What is the problem? What are the most closely related publications by others?

Experimental work and used methods
How an experiment (if any) was carried out? What methods were used to solve the problem?

Results and discussion
What did I find out and what does it mean? Why should proposed approach be considered important?

What is the original contribution of the paper? Do the findings have the potential practical implication? What are the advantages and disadvantages of proposed approach?

Acknowledgments (optional)
Who helped with financial or other support?

Whose work was referred to?

Appendices (optional)
Additional information on research.