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\title{Instructions for Authors in the Preparation of Paper for Novice Insights}
\author{First AUTHOR {\color{cyan}{\textit{(must be a student)}}}, Second AUTHOR}
\date{}
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\begin{abstract}
\emph{This document is an example of what your paper should look
like. The abstract should summarize the contents of the paper and
should contain maximum 150 words. Leave two blank lines of 11 points
before the abstract. The abstract must have indentation left 1 cm,
right 1 cm, and just one paragraph; use Times New Roman, 9-point
italic fonts for it. The abstract should be the same as that
submitted electronically in the e-mail. Avoid writing the abstract
and the paper in the first person.}
\end{abstract}
\section{Introduction}
$\quad$ This document shows the guidelines for preparing your paper
to Novice Insights. Papers submitted in a technically unsuitable
form will be returned for retyping, or canceled if the volume cannot
otherwise be finished on time.
The introduction allocates some space to describe the background of
your work. You must relate your work to what has already been done.
This paragraph should also contain a description of your major
achievements and present brief conclusions in this respect.
\section{General Instructions}
\subsection{Paper Length and Fonts}
$\quad$ Prepare your paper in full-size format, on \textbf{ISO B5}
standard paper or \textbf{17.6cm x 25cm}, custom size. You are
strongly encouraged to use LaTeX for the preparation of your
manuscript. Both paper layouts and a .pdf version are available on
www.bel.utcluj.ro/novice.
For the main text, use 10-point type fonts and single-line spacing
and first line indentation of 0.5cm. The \textit{italic type} or
\textbf{bold type} may be used to emphasize words in running text.
The length of the paper is limited to 8 pages. Please do not number
these pages.
The title of the paper is in 16-points Times New Roman regular
fonts, preceded by three blank lines of the same size. Please
capitalize each main word. Title Sections must have 14-points bold
font size, a paragraph formatting of 18-points before and 10-points
after, and a hanging of 1cm. The Subtitles of a section must have
12-points bold font size, a paragraph formatting of 10-points before
and after it, and a hanging of 1.27cm. Please avoid placing titles
or subtitles on the end of a page.
\subsection{Style}
$\quad$ The style of the paper is single-spaced one-column format
like this sample. Left- and right-justify your document. Use
automatic hyphenation and check spelling. The abbreviations must be
explained at the First Apparition (FA).
\section{Paper Layout Details}
\subsection{Figures and Tables}
$\quad$ Tables and illustrations will be included in the text in the
order of reference. Figures and tables must be accompanied by a
caption \textbf{after} it (e.g. Table 1: One example of table) using
normal 10-points font. They should be numbered sequentially. A blank
line of 10-points size should be inserted before and after the
figures and tables.
\begin{figure}[tbhp]
\begin{center}
\includegraphics [width=.5\textwidth]{fig}
\caption{\label{figure-example}The figure or table. Briefly characterize here the main idea of it}
\end{center}
\end{figure}
Avoid placing figures and tables before their first mention in the
text or at the beginning of a page. You can use the abbreviation
Fig. 1, even at the beginning of a sentence. Figure axis labels are
often a source of confusion. Use words rather than symbols.
%\begin{table*}[!htb]
%\begin{center}
%\begin{tabular} {|l|l|}
%\hline
%Font size & 10pt, Times New Roman \\
%\hline
%Caption & After the table\\
%\hline
%
%\end{tabular}
%\end{center}
%\caption {This is an example of a table}
%\label{desc}
%\end{table*}
\subsection{Equations}
$\quad$ Number equations consecutively with equation numbers in
parentheses flush with the right margin, as in (1). Define Style and
Size of fonts as following: Times New Roman, full 10 pt, Sub- or
Super-script 7 pt, Sub-Subscript 4 pt, Symbol 18 pt,
Sub-symbol 10 pt. In the text, to make your equations more
compact, you may use the solidus / or , the exp function, or
appropriate exponents. Use parentheses to avoid ambiguities in
denominators. Punctuate equations with commas or periods when they
are part of a sentence and define tab stop positions as 6.8cm center
and 13.6cm left:
\begin{equation}
a + b = c
\end{equation}
Symbols in your equation should be defined before the equation
appears or immediately following. Use (1), not Eq. (1) or equation
(1), except at the beginning of a sentence: Equation (1) is ...
\section{Citations and References}
$\quad$ The bibliography list is headed "References" and is not
assigned with a number in the decimal system of headings. The
references should be listed in the order of their citation. Please
number citations consecutively in square brackets at the end of a
sentence or paragraph \cite{u}. Refer simply to the reference
number, as in \cite{d} or according to \cite{d}. Try to mention no
more than 9 references and use Reference [x] only at the beginning
of a sentence.
\begin{thebibliography}{9}
\small
\bibitem{u}
Author, A.B, Other Autor, S.F., ``Some Paper I've Read,'' {\em The
Institution or The Publishing House or The Jurnal Name}, vol. x, no.
y, z$^{\mathrm{th}}$ of month, 1989, pp. xx-yy
\bibitem{d}
Author, C., ''Interesting Paper,'' {\em Proceedings of an Important
Conference}, ABBREVIATION, City, Country, x-y$^{\mathrm{th}}$ of
month, year, pp. xx-yy
$\cdots$
\bibitem[9]
IInstitution, ''Datasheet or File Name.pdf,'' \textit{available on
www.institution.com}, year
\end{thebibliography}
\section*{Biography}
$\quad$ This section presents a short biography of the first author:
studies, profession, interests, etc., and it should contain maximum
70 words.
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First AUTHOR, profession\\
Institution Affiliation\\
Faculty or Department \\
Institution Address, Zip code City, COUNTRY \\
E-mail: first.author@institution.edu \\
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