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This instruction is intended to give you all information you need to submit your paper to the IJ3C (International Journal on Computer, Consumer, and Control) in accordance with our requirements.
Pre-screening
Please ensure that your manuscript satisfies the points such as Originality, Relevance, Motivation, Referencing, Clarity and Length.
Manuscript submission
All submissions to the IJ3C should be uploaded using Manuscript Central, and the template and the Sample-file can be download.
Original papers should be submitted as a single PDF file that includes all figures and tables. Accepted papers should be submitted in their source file format (.doc files for text and figures). Your manuscript must not be under consideration for any other publication while it is being considered by the IJ3C.
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Manuscript presentation
1. Length
Original research papers submitted to the IJ3C should not, generally, exceed 10,000 words (about 8-12 pages in two-column style).
2. Format
Papers must be typed in a font size no smaller than 10 pt in Times New Roman, and presented in two column format with one line spacing on one side A4 paper. All pages should be numbered. All accepted papers will be edited into the IJ3C Journal house-style.
3. Language, spelling and grammar
All papers must be written in English. If English is not your first language, you should ask a good English background colleague to improve or proofread your paper. Papers that fail to meet basic standards of literacy may be declined immediately by the editors.
4. Title
This should be concise but informative and should not include a subtitle. Titles should not begin with words such as "a", "novel", "new" or "the".
5. Author affiliations
These should immediately follow the title. For multiple-authored articles, list the names of all the authors, followed by the institute(s). If an author's present institute is different from which the work was carried out, this should be given as a footnote.
6. Abstract and keywords
This should be informative and concise, not exceed 250 words.
It should indicate the research scope, main results, methods, the value of the work and the conclusions. Keywords should be given no more than 5 words.
7. Headings
Papers should be divided into numbered sections, subsections and, if necessary, subsubsections (e.g. 3, 3.1, 3.1.1, etc.). Headings for sections and subsections should start from the left-hand margin.
8. Equations and mathematical formulas
All equations and mathematical formulas should be numbered serially on the right-hand side by Arabic numerals in parentheses.
9. Figures and figure captions
It is important that the figures are of the highest possible quality. Each figure should be explicitly referred to in numerical order. Figures should be embedded within the text at the appropriate point. Figure captions should be as concise as possible. Figures with multiple sections should be labeled (a), (b), (c), etc.
10. Tables
Each table should be referred to explicitly in the text. Tables should be referred to in numerical order.
11. Acknowledgments
Acknowledgments should appear as a separate section between the Conclusions and References sections.
12. References
You should number your references sequentially through the text, and each reference should be individually numbered and enclosed in square brackets (e.g. [1]).
Examples of the ways in which references should be cited are given below:
Book, book chapter and manual
G. F. Franklin, “Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems”, 7th edition, Pearson Education International, pp. 32–45, 2010.
Journal article
C. U. Ykern, “Title of Article”, IEEE Trans. Electron Devices, Vol. 3, pp. 74–81, 2010.
Conference paper
K. B. Lmnet and N. R. Dery, “Title of Article”, Proc. of International Symposium on Computer, Consumer and Control (IS3C), Taichung, Taiwan, pp. 876–879, June 4-6, 2012.
Patent
B. Brandy and Y. Jok, “Title of patents”, U.S. Patent 5 032 317, Dec. 15, 2008.
Technical Report
[9] L. E. Jetren, M. L. Cikon, and S. J. Ewery, “Title of technical report”, Redball Corp., Taipei, Taiwan, Tech. Rep. TR-2310, July 2009.
Thesis
H.C. Lin, ‘The title of the thesis”, PhD thesis, ABC University, 2012.
Standard
NCB312: ‘The title of the standard’, 2012.
Website
http://www.ij3c.org, accessed June 2012.
13. Copyright
Completed 'Publication Agreement of Copyright' is required for all accepted papers. This form should be uploaded via the Submission Web once you have uploaded your final acceptance paper.