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Author Guidelines

  1. A printed version of an article should be submitted as one copy printed on one side of white paper sheet of A4 for­mat (font set - Times New Roman; size - 14 points; indenta­tion - 0.5 cm; line spacing - 1.5; top, bottom, left and right margins - 2 cm).
  2. An electronic version of an article typed in Microsoft Word (without compression by archivers), and the expert's report are enclosed with the script. The text of the electronic version should be identical to the text of a printed variant of an article.
  3. The title of an article is preceeded by UDC index (not less than 6 digits), followed by the initials and a surname of the author/authors, scientific degree and academic rank, position and full name of an organisation. The heading is followed by an abstract in Russian (up to 50 words). The abstract in English should be at the end of the article. The bibliography with references in the text is obligatory as well as keywords (3-5) in Russian and English.
  4. All illustrations (photos, drawings, diagrams, graphs, schemes) should be black-and-white. The width of illustrations preferably should not exceed 8 cm (for one column format) and 16.8 cm (for two column format). The design of illustrations should meet the following requirements:
    • Vector images should be made in programs Visio, CorelDRAW or AutoCAD;
    • Raster images (pictures made in Adobe Fotoshop, photos, scanned pictures) should be in TIF format with resolution 300 dpi;
    • The pictures made in text processor Microsoft Word should be grouped.
  5. Tables should be typed with font size 9, heads - font size 8. The width of the table should not exceed 8 cm (for one column format) or 16.8 cm (for of two column format).
  6. The homogeneous numerical values should be placed in the tables cells so that units were placed under units, tens under tens etc., and dissimilar values should be positioned in the middle of the cells. If the table includes value limits in a column, such numbers are aligned by a leadering or dash.
  7. Pictures and tables should be numbered. Pictures should have legends, tables - headings. Pictures may not be numbered if there is only one drawing or table in the article. The text should necessarily include references to pictures and tables.
  8. Formulas are typed exclusively in editor Microsoft Equation 3.0. The text of legends to formulas and numbers in formulas are typed as the basic text in text processor Microsoft Word (not in the editor of formulas). It is not recommended to use capital letters and letters of the Russian alphabet as indexes in formulas. The quantity of letters in indexes should not exceed three letters. It is necessary to number the most important formulas that have some references in the text. The sequence number is put to the right of the formula. The roman type should be used while typing numbers, letters of the Greek and Russian alphabets while the italics should be used with Latin letters. Mathematical function signs should be typed in Roman. Commas in Russian are put in decimal fractions.

The following parameters should be used in the editor of formulas.

Type size

Style

Usual

10

Text

Times New Roman

Large index

7

Function

Times New Roman

Small index

5

Variable

Times New Roman italic

Large

16

Greek lowercase letter

Symbol

Small symbol

12

Greek capital letter

Symbol

 

 

Matrix-vector

Times New Roman bold type

 

 

Numbers

Times New Roman

  1. Literary sources published either in Russian or in English are recommended to refer in accordance with regulations described in Russian State Standard GOST R 7.0.5.-2008.
  2. Each page of the article should be signed by the au­thor/authors. There should be an authors’ note on the first page conforming that the article is an original and was not published earlier.
  3. Papers written by post-graduates or degree applicants must be submitted with scientific advisors’ statement, unless he/she is a co-author.
  4. Author’s questionnaire of the journal “Intellectual systems in manufacturing” is submitted with manuscript (is mandatory and must be completed) indicating: 
  • (a)  Surname, first name and patronymic (middle name);
  • (b)  Science degree, academic title;
  • (c)  Employer, position;
  • (d)  Surname, first name, patronymic (middle name) of the scientific advisor;
  • (e)  Specialty (code and name according to State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles classifier);
  • (f)  Name of the supposed journal section;
  • (g)  Supposed date of thesis viva voce;
  • (h) Contacts (business and personal phone numbers, e-mail);
  • (i)  Mailing address (including postcode);
  • (j)  Surname, first name and patronymic (middle name) of the author (authors), paper title, abstract and key words in English.
  • Information stated in Author’s questionnaire is signed by the author (authors).
  1. Authors should present the publishing house a Covering letterCovering letter (letter to Editor-in-Chief) is one of the compulsive documents where author/authors agree upon paper publication and put it in-line. All authors sign it.
  2. Expert judgement about paper publishing is also mandatory. Expert judgment is issued by the organization where the author (authors) is currently employed. Expert judgement pattern can be downloaded from the journal web site.

Regulations of paper submissions, review and publishing in Research and Practice Journal "Intellectual Systems in Manufacturing" is located for free downloading.

Paper submitted for publication must fully meet above mentioned requirements; otherwise it will be rejected by Editor’s Board decision.

The subscription index in catalogue «Newspapers. Maga­zines» issued by agency «Rospechat» (Роспечать) is 81864. Periodicity: four issues a year.

All articles should be sent directly to Vladimir Alekseev, the Editor-in-Chief of the Magazine:

Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University

The Intelligent Systems in Manufacturing 7, Studencheskaya Street

Izhevsk, 426069, Russia

Tel: +7(3412) 58 38 86; fax: +7(3412) 50 40 55

E-mail: alekseevv@istu.ru

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  • This paper wasn’t published before and also it wasn’t submitted for publication to another journal (otherwise, the author should write explanations in the field Notes to Editor).
  • The uploaded manuscript file should be presented as Microsoft Word or RTF format - *.doc, *.docx, *.rtf.
  • On-line links should be presented as complete URL.
  • Text should correspond to the following requirements: page size A4, the headset - Times New Roman, font size - 14, line spacing - 1.5, fields - 20 mm. All illustrations, diagrams and tables should be placed within the context (not at the end of the document).
  • The text should correspond to stylistic and bibliographic requirement of the Regulations of paper submissions, review and publishing in Research and Practice Journal "Intellectual Systems in Manufacturing".
 

Copyright Notice

Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms:

  1. Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.
  2. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.
  3. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See The Effect of Open Access).

 

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