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Instructions for preparing papers for ICEST 2018

First Author1, Second Author2

1Affiliation, Country and contact details,


2
Affiliation, Country and contact details

ABSTRACT
This is where the abstract should be placed. It should consist of one paragraph and a concise summary of the material
discussed in the article below. It is preferable not to use footnotes in the abstract or the title. Acknowledgements for funding
organisations etc. are placed in a separate section at the end of the text. All manuscripts should be accompanied by abstract, of
not more than 200 words, written in English. The abstract should not only indicate the subject and scope of the paper but also
summarize the author’s conclusion along with five (5) keywords that could be useful for information-retrieval purposes.

Keywords: Maximum 5 keywords placed before the abstract.

INTRODUCTION the columns are separated by a margin of 0.4 cm. Your paper
must adhere to the length stipulated on the event website.
All the accepted papers will published on conference Pages should be numbered centrally at the bottom of the page.
proceeding, which have been received by the organiser no
later than the date specified on the event website. Papers
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
received after that date will not be considered for publication.
All papers submitted will have undergone a rigorous peer
FIGURES AND TABLES
review process by the Programme Committee. All reviewers’
comments are sent to the authors. Manuscripts should be no Figures and tables should be centred in the column, numbered
more than 10 pages in length inclusive of tables, figures and consecutively throughout the text, and each should have a
illustrations. caption underneath it (see for example Table 1). Care should
Successful authors will be asked to prepare and submit be taken that the lettering is not too small. All figures and
electronic versions of their full papers according to the tables should be included in the electronic versions of the full
journal instructions. paper.

MATERIALS AND METHODS n n!


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Full papers must be typed in English. This instruction page is 2 2
an example of the format and font sizes to be used. As far as 3 6
possible, manuscripts should consist of the following
sections: Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Table 1: This is an example of a table caption.
Discussion, and Conclusion. Each section and sub-section
should be numbered using the Arabic numerals. EQUATIONS

Equations should be typed within the text, centred, and should


The title of the paper is typed in sentence case (bold be numbered consecutively throughout the text. They should
18pt) and left align on the page. The author’s initials and be referred to in the text as Equation (n). Their numbers
surname are typed in title case bold letters and left align should be typed in parentheses, flush right, as in the following
margin. Directly under the author’s name in title case letters example.
and also left align is the author’s affiliation, address, plus XY + X’Y - LOG-1X’Y + Z = 0. (1)
email address of (at least) the corresponding author.
Manuscripts must be typed single spaced using 10 point Your full paper should be submitted online via system
characters. Only Times, Times Roman, Times New Roman of the conference website. It should be expected that after
and Symbol fonts are accepted. The text must fall within a your submission, your final paper will be published directly
frame of 18 cm x 24 cm centred on an A4 page (21 cm x 29.7 from the PDF you send without any further proof-reading.
cm). Paragraphs are separated by 6 points and with no Therefore, it is advisable for the authors to print a hard copy
indentation. The text of the full papers is written in two of their final version and read it carefully.
columns and justified. Each column has a width of 8.8 cm and

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The acknowledgement for funding organisations etc. should Proceeding of the 26th VLDB Conference, Cairo, Egypt,
be placed in a separate section at the end of the text. Thank p.89-100 (2000)
you for your cooperation in complying with these Fodor, I.K: A Survey of Dimension Reduction Techniques.
instructions. LLNL Technical Report, UCRL-ID-148494 (2002)
Globerson, A, Tishby, N: Sufficient Dimensionality
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References in the text should be denoted by giving the Jin, Longcun, Wan, W, Wu, Y, Cui, B, Yu, X, Wu, Y: A
name(s) of the author(s) and year, for example (Jin et al. Robust High-dimensional Data Reduction Method, The
2010). References should appear in reference section. International Journal of Virtual Reality 9(1), p.55-60
Reference section at the end of the manuscripts. Style for (2010)
papers: Authors (last name, followed by first initial for main Maimon, O, Rokach, L: Decomposition Methodology For
author, and first initial followed by last name for other Knowledge Discovery and data Mining, World Scientific
authors), title, journal/proceeding (in italics), volume (issue), Publishing Co, Pte, Ltd, Danvers MA (2005)
inclusive page numbers, (year). Style for books: Authors, title Sembiring, R.W, Zain, J.M, Embong, A: Clustering High
(in italics), location, publisher, chapter or page numbers, Dimensional Data Using Subspace and Projected
(year). Clustering Algorithm, International Journal of Computer
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For example: p.162-170 (2010)

Chakrabarti, K, Mehrotra, S: Local Dimensionality Reduction


: A New Approach to Indexing High dimensional Space,