All papers received are subject
to review. All reviewed and accepted papers have to be resubmitted,
implementing reviewers and editors comments or suggestions. Only accepted
papers will be considered for publication in the proceedings of the EuropIA☼12 International Conference. Please note
that there is a publication fee for each accepted paper that has to be paid
by 15th January 2009 in order to be included in the proceedings. Also the final
version of the paper includes a completed Copyrights Transfer Form.
first page of the paper must contain the full title of the paper as well as
the name, affiliation, postal address, telephone, fax and email of each
author. Please indicate who the corresponding author is that to whom all
communication will be directed.
second page should contain the full title of the paper, the sub-title (if
any), an abstract of 150 to 250 words summarizing the content of the paper
and 3-5 keywords for the purpose of indexing. Maximum length of a long paper is 6000 words (2000 words for short
papers). The use of Footnotes is discouraged. Where appropriate give
information for the Endnotes between double square brackets (such as full
bibliographic reference, page numbers, remarks and notes). All Endnotes will
be numbered consecutively.
paper will be written in English (UK Dictionary is preferred). It will be
double-spaced with 30 mm margins on all sides (paper size A4). Use Times New
Roman for the main body of text (size 10), figures (size 8) or tables (size
8). The use of Bold, Italics, ALL CAPS, SMALL CAPS, etc. is discouraged. All
chapters should be numbered consecutively (more than one level sub-headings
are discouraged). All Figures and Tables with their respective captions
should be numbered consecutively. They should each, be placed on a separate
page, at the end of the paper. All figures, tables and equations should be
mentioned in the body of text. Give an approximate insertion point for
figures and tables, between double square brackets (e.g. [[insert Figure 5]]
or [[insert Table 2]]). You will be asked to resubmit your drawings if
necessary. Do not layout your paper. Do not use any
styles or any automatic layout system.
Tables should be referred to in the text as Table 1, Table 2, etc. All
Figures should be referred to in the text as Figure 1, Figure 2, etc. Line
drawings should be of good quality. Use light background if possible (white
is preferred). Authors should prepare high quality figures. Maximum width and
height of a figure are respectively 115 mm and 190 mm. Maximum width and
height of a table are respectively 115 mm (150 mm if absolutely necessary)
and 170 mm. All Equations will be numbered consecutively and should be
mentioned in the text.
Harvard system of reference. References are collected at the end of the
paper, arranged in alphabetical order (Bibliography section) by the first
author's surname, followed by initials. Separate two authors by an &
sign. Name all authors. Dates will appear between brackets after the authors'
name(s). This is followed by the title of the book, name of the publisher,
place of publication and page numbers (if applicable). Give volume and issue
numbers for journal publications (for instance 12:4, pp. 35-46).
papers as a MS Word file (PC or Macintosh RTF) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
acceptance of a paper, author(s) will be asked to complete, sign and return a
Copyrights Transfer Form to the publisher. This copyrights transfer
assignment will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information.
Papers accepted for publication in the proceedings cannot be published
elsewhere, in any form (digital, paper-based or otherwise) without a prior
written permission from the publisher.
author(s) are responsible for obtaining permission to utilize any copyrighted
material. For more details about this subject, please contact the publisher
at an early stage.
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