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Manuscript Submission IEEE

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When a paper is accepted for publication (upon completing the peer review process through Manuscript Central), an electronic version of the manuscript will be requested for use in editing and typesetting. Manuscripts should be submitted in Word or LaTex. The composition of manuscripts should be the following: title page, abstract, keywords, body of paper, appendices, references, separate listing of figure captions, figures, and tables.
Title Page: This page should contain the full title of the paper and complete names, affiliations, addresses, phone and fax numbers, and electronic mail addresses of all authors. The contact author should be indicated.

Abstract: An abstract of not more than 200 words is required. It should contain not only a description of the subject and scope of coverage but also, in the case of research-oriented papers, discuss major results and conclusions.
Paper Descriptions (Paper “Decks” and Table of Contents items): Authors of approved papers should provide a 15 to 25-word description of the coverage of the paper and what the reader will learn from it.
Keywords: All papers must contain keywords or index terms. They are provided by the authors. They should be provided in alphabetical order, and as a final paragraph of the abstract section.
Illustrations: Figures and tables should be sent as separate electronic files and named numerically (e.g., fig1.eps, fig2.tif, table3.doc). The Proceedings of the IEEE is eager to publish color illustrations, especially in those cases where color enhances technical details and understanding; there is no additional cost to the author for publishing color figures.
Units: The International System of Units (the SI or “metric” system) should be used. Where desirable, non-metric equivalents can be included in parentheses.
References: References should be numbered in the order they are mentioned in the text, with numbers within square brackets. The reference section should be double-spaced and in the style shown below; however, if there is any doubt about the correct abbreviation of publication names, these should be given in full. Note that titles of papers plus beginning and ending page numbers should be included.
Authored book:
[1] A. Cichocki and R. Unbehaven, Neural Networks for Optimization and Signal Processing, Chichester, England: Wiley, 1993, ch. 2, pp. 45-47.
Article in an edited book:
[2] R.A. Scholtz, “The Spread Spectrum Concept,” in Multiple Access, N. Abramson, Piscataway, N.J.: IEEE Press, 1993, ch. 3, pp. 121-23.
Paper in a journal:
[3] R.K. Crane, “Estimating Risk for Earth-Satellite Attenuation Prediction,” Proc. IEEE, vol. 81, pp. 905-913, June 1993.
Paper in a conference record:
[4] D.L. Crook, “Evolution of VLSI reliability engineering,” in Proc. Int. Rel. Physics Symp., pp. 2-11, 1990.
Unpublished conference paper:
[5] T. Yamashita, K. Kotani, and T. Ohmi, “Real-time configurable logic circuits using neuron MOS transistors,” presented at the 1993 Int. Solid State Circuits Conf., Feb. 1993.
Technical report:
[6] H. Freitag, “Design methodologies for LSI circuitry,” IBM Tech. Rep. TR41736, pp. 80-82, 1983.
Photographs and Biographies: Authors’ photographs and biographies are published in conjunction with papers. They can be provided after acceptance of a paper and biographies should not exceed 200 words.
Proof: Before publication, proofs will be sent to the author (or to the contact author who submitted the paper). Typographical, illustration problems and other errors should be marked according to the instructions accompanying the proofs. This is not the time to rewrite or revise the paper, and the cost of excessive changes will be billed to the author. However, it is important to review the presentation details at this time and carefully check for any errors that might have been introduced during the production process.

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