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  • | Guidelines for Submission | Revision & Acceptance The electronic manuscript should be prepared to accord with the following: Title and by-line: Name, affiliation (institution) of the author(s), city, zip code, country, and email address of the author(s) should be given. Abstract: About 150–250 words should outline the objective, method, main results, and conclusion without mathematical, equations, or cited marks. Key words: Provide 3 to 6 key words or phrases for cross-indexing this article. Text: The text should contain an Introduction that puts the paper into proper perspective for the reader, and should also contain Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion sections. Acknowledgements: Individuals or units other than authors who were of direct help in the work should be acknowledged by a brief statement following the text. References & Citation: Personal communications and unpublished data are not acceptable references. Periodicals should be referred to in the Author-Data order: name of author(s), year, title of paper, name of periodical (in italics), Vol.(No.): pages, [DOI]. Books should be referred to in the order: name of author(s), year of publication, title of book, publishing house, city, pages. References with more than three authors must list the first three authors, followed by et al. The citation form of the author-date in the text consists of the author?s last (family) name. a comma, and the year of publication of the work. Text citation examples: One author: (Vandermeer, 1990) Two authors: (Sun and Wang, 2000; Cao and Xu, 2001) Three or more authors: (Moons et al., 1997; Schlag et al., 2000a; 2000b) Reference list examples: 1. For journal articles Hengartner, M.G., 2000. The biochemistry of apoptosis. Nature, 407(6805):770-775. [doi:10.1038/35037710] Schroder, W.J., Zerge, J.A., Lorensen, W.E., 1992. Decimation of triangle meshes. ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, 26(2):65-70. [doi:10.1145/142920.134010] 2. For proceedings Gorini, S., Quirini, M., Menciassi, A., et al., 2006. A novel SMA-based actuator for a legged endoscopic capsule. First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, Pisa, Italy. IEEE, Piscataway, USA, p.443-449. [doi:10.1109/BIOROB.2006.1639128] 3. For whole books/monographs or chapters in edited books Gregersen, H., 2006. Biomechanics of the Gastrointestinal Tract. People's Medical Publishing House, Beijing, China, p.216-236 (in Chinese). Prigogine, I., 1976. Order through fluctuation: self-organization and social system. In: Jantsch, E., Waddington, C. (Eds.), Evolution and Consciousness: Human Systems in Transition. Addison-Wesley, London, p.93-134. 4. For theses Rizvi, U.H., 2006. Combined Multiple Transmit Antennas and Multi-level Modulation Techniques. MS Thesis, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. 5. For reports Sweeney, L., 2000. Uniqueness of Simple Demographics in the U.S. Population. Technical Report No. LIDAP-WP4, Laboratory for International Data Privacy, Carnegie Mellon University, PA. Figures & Tables: Figures must be placed in the text and have their captions for each one, thus Fig. 1a, Fig. 1b, etc. (There will be an extra charge for those graphics considered for publication in color. Authors are expected to use different line types to distinguish the different parts of a figure that they do not want to have published in color). All tables must be mentioned in the text in consecutive order and must be numbered with Arabic numbers. Copyright Protection & CrossCheck The articles published in Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering are protected by copyright, and cannot be legally published elsewhere in any form without written permission from Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering. All author(s) should sign the Copyright Transfer Statement after the paper is accepted and before it is published in Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering. CrossCheck is an effective tool for detecting unoriginal content, enabling our editors to preserve the Journal's integrity and the authors’ copyright.
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