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Submission of a document implies: that the work explained has not been posted before (apart from in the type of an abstract or as piece of a published lecture, review, or theory); that it is not in consideration for publication somewhere else; that its publication has been permitted with all co-authors, if any, in addition to by the accountable authorities by the institute where the work has been performed; that, if and while the document is accepted for journal, the authors consent to automatic shifting of the copyright towards the publisher; that the document will not be published somewhere else within any language devoid of the approval of the copyright holders; that written agreement of the copyright owner is attained by the authors for subject matter used from different copyrighted sources; and that any costs related through obtaining this consent are the authors' liability.
Formation of Manuscripts
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Manuscripts must be typewritten or readied on a word processor, by every material double-spaced, on one area of letter-sized paper, by properly wide margins. Every pages must be numbered consecutively, starting with page 1, the title page. Tables as well as figures must be numbered in order, along with legends to illustrations have to be arranged on separate sheets. Tables as well as figures will be placed close to their first mention within the text; every tables and figures should be referred to within the manuscript.
Title Page: The subsequent elements should be included:
Title of the article; Name(s) along with initial(s) of author(s), if possible with first names spelled out; Affiliation(s) of author(s); Footnotes to the specified title; Name, address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address of the related author.
Abstract: Every article is to be preceded with a concise abstract, of about 250 words, that focuses the objectives, procedures, outcomes, and conclusions of the paper.
Key Words: To categorize the subjects in which the article possibly will be indexed, 6-10 key words have to be provided.
References: Within the text, references towards the literature must be by author as well as year; where there are two authors, both must be named; by three or more just the first author's name plus "et al." have to be given. The list by the end of the paper must take in only works stated in the text and must be ordered alphabetically with name of first author.