This question is restricted to the domain of Cryptography.
While reading research papers from the Cryptography domain, I came across papers that provide examples for the schemes or algorithms they proposed.
I feel that there is no use in providing simple examples except pedagogical. And the examples do not provide any extra information or insights regarding the scheme or algorithm. Some authors use a separate section to provide an example of their proposed scheme or algorithm.
Is it a recommended act to provide a simple example for the scheme proposed in research papers (especially SCI-rated) journals?
I am using the word simple because some readers may think that authors are using some large or special numbers in their example. But it is not the case. The numbers are small and with easy properties that can be done by even a beginner or intermediate in the domain.