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I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation. I am not sure if my reading method is good. because after reading the notations and definitions , I should starthave to learnstart their suggested method section. and also thatThis one still havehas its own challenges too.  

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation. I am not sure if my reading method is good. because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still have its challenges.  

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation. I am not sure if my reading method is good. because after reading the notations and definitions , I have to start their suggested method section. This one has its own challenges too.

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

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I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation. I tellam not sure if my selfreading method is work ok?good. because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still have its challenges.

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation I tell my self is work ok? because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still have its challenges.

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation. I am not sure if my reading method is good. because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still have its challenges.

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

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how How to readquickly understand the main idea when reading a paper. The second pass part of keshav's paper?

Can some one explain more "The second pass" of how to read a paperby Keshav. He said on the second step of reading a paper you should read the whole except proofs.

  1. Am I should neglect some thing else?
  2. Am I have a specific strategy on each "paragraph" of the each sections?

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How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

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how to read a paper. The second pass part of keshav's paper

Can some one explain more "The second pass" of how to read a paperby Keshav. He said on the second step of reading a paper you should read the whole except proofs.

  1. Am I should neglect some thing else?
  2. Am I have a specific strategy on each "paragraph" of the each sections?

I still have problems in reading the paper and the subject is not so new to me I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find those parts which talk about the main idea?

when I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea. I have to know their previous sections because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work.

  When I go to read those parts to understand the notation I tell my self is my work OK?

  because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still has its challenges.

But My adviser said you should understand the main idea in one or at maximum in two hour. But my work need at least 5 hour.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper on the computer network field )

How to quickly understand the main idea when reading a paper?

I have problems in reading papers, specifically papers where the subject is not so new to me and I am familiar with the problem which the writer wants to solve.

How to find the those parts which talk about the main idea?

When I go to their suggested work to understand the main idea, I have to have first read their previous sections, because they define some notations and definition which they use them on their suggested work. When I go to read those parts to understand the notation I tell my self is work ok? because after reading the notations and definitions , I should start to learn their suggested method. and also that one still have its challenges.

My advisor said you should understand the main idea of a paper in one hour, or at maximum in two hours. But I need at least 5 hours.

(Maybe help: I am reading a paper in the field of computer networks.)

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