All manuscripts submitted to ASCSpub should have a structured abstract, which assists the reader to understand the author’s work at a first glance. It should describe concisely what was done, the method used to tackle the problem, the principal results and their significance, and conclusions which are related to the problem. It should not include references, mathematics equations or symbols, and not exceed 300 words. All abstracts that fail to abide by the above guidelines will not be accepted.
A sample Word template provides formatting instructions for your paper.
The number of keywords should be limited to no more than 5, and only the first letter of the first keyword should be capitalized. Others should be lowercase, separated by commas and presented in alphabetical order. Do not use abbreviations for keywords.
The introduction should be concisely written, stating the background and the objective of the research, and explain the relation to similar previous work.
The title page should be informative, and the first letter of each word in the title should be capitalized. The names of the authors, their institutions, departments, countries and email addresses should be included. Do not include their titles, positions or degrees. In the footnote the name, affiliation, and Email address of the corresponding authors should be written.
Materials and Methods
This section is the most important part of your manuscript. It should be informative, well organized and should concisely describe, if possible and desirable, the detailed method the author used to tackle the stated problem in order to allow the work to be repeated. Full descriptions of the methods that have already been published should be avoided, but the author can provide a reference number of that method.
Results and Discussion
All manuscripts submitted for publication should have a result and discussion section. The results should be concisely presented in logical sequence in the text and should be compared with the existing results in the field as clearly as possible. All tables and illustrations in the results section should be described in detail. Results and discussion can be separated or combined based on the author’s requirement. Please note that this section is the most important section that will validate your work.
Summarize the most important points of your work and do not duplicate the abstract as part of the conclusion.
All references should be numbered and in the chronological order that they appear in the text. Authors are responsible for accuracy. For citations of up to five authors, only the name of the first author should be written. Other authors’ names should be abbreviated to et al. in italics. The references should include the names of the authors, the full names of the articles and the journals or books, as well as the year of publication. Works in progress, articles under a review process, in press or unpublished, should not be cited. In an exceptional case, if the author finds an article in press to be pertinent and would absolutely like to cite it, he or she should upload the article along with his or her manuscript submission for referee.
All tables should be numbered and cited in chronological order in the text and should be placed just after they are cited. Do not embed tables as images in the manuscript or upload tables in images formats as well. Each piece of data needs to be contained in its own cell in the tables. Do not use the vertical lines to separate tables. Tables should be single-spaced and include titles above the tables. Numbers, percentage and measures of variability should be presented in the same cell.
All figures, such as graphs, charts, line drawings, photographs and illustrations should be numbered in the order they have been cited in the text. Place figure captions below the figures. If your figure has two parts, include the labels (a) and (b) as part of the artwork. Please verify that the figures you mention in the text actually exist and should be sized as they appear in print. Figures not correctly sized will be returned to the author for reformatting. Please avoid referring to figure”x” in the first paragraph of the article unless figure x will again be referred to after the reference of figure 2. All figures cited in the text should be named “Fig.1, Fig.2” and so on even at the beginning of a sentence. Avoid putting borders around the outside of the figures and captions in the text “boxes” linked to the figures. Figures, photographs or illustrations may appear in color if the author requires.
All equations in the text should be numbered in chronological order with the equation number in parentheses. When you cite an equation in the text use Eq.(1) instead of equation(1) even at the beginning of a sentence. Define all symbols in your equation immediately after the equation appears, not before the equation. The explanation should be brief and informative. Please do not embed equations as images.
The International System of Units is used in Applied Science and Computer Science Publications.
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Conference Proceedings Reference
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Acknowledgements should come before references.
All manuscript receive by the Editorial staff are double-blinded before sending to the peer-review process. Each manuscript is reviewed by at least three to four qualified reviewers that are experts in the author’s field. Due to the number of manuscripts we receive daily, all of our reviewers are requested to complete their review assignment within 2 ~3 weeks.
Proofs of all accepted manuscripts will be sent to the corresponding author and should be returned to the editorial office within 3 days of the receipt. In the case that the author is requested to provide corrections to the final proof, he or she should do so without altering the text, such as adding new materials, changing figures etc. Any alterations to the text at proof stage are not acceptable and may be subject to additional charges, or rejection of the manuscript.
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