Student Research Symposium (SRS), International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI’12), 3 – 5 August 2012, Chennai, India INSTRUCTIONS TO PREPARE AN EXTENDED ABSTRACT FOR STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM * † † FIRST A. AUTHOR , SECOND B. COAUTHOR AND THIRD C. COAUTHOR * University of ABC, India E-mail Address † University of XYZ, India Key words: Keywords are your own designated keywords. INTRODUCTION The student is required to write an extended abstract summarizing the results of his/her research. All texts should be single spaced, in Times New Roman, 11pt font size consistently, except for the title which is 14pt. The Extended Abstract begins with a short introduction and ends with a conclusion section. This is concluded by a short list of no more than 5 selected references. Do not use footnotes. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS The Extended Abstract must be written in English. Text should be left and right justified in the page with 1 inch margin to each edge of the paper. Neither text, nor figures or tables should be printed outside these margins. The Extended Abstract including figures, tables and references must have a maximum length of 4-8 pages. TITLE, AUTHORS, AFFILIATION, KEY WORDS The first page must contain the Title, Author(s), Affiliation(s), Key words and the Summary. The Introduction must begin immediately below, following the format of this template. Title The title should be written centered, in 14pt, boldface Times New Roman, all capital letters. It should be single spaced if the title is more than one line in length. Author The author's name should include first name, middle initial and last name. Authors’ list should be written centered, in boldface, below the title. Affiliation Author's affiliation should be written centered below the list of authors. Affiliation should be followed by a comma and the country. To facilitate communication, the email address of the first author should be provided. Key words It is advised not to exceed six key words. Keywords should be written left aligned beginning with the word Key words: boldfaced. A space should separate the key words from the affiliations. The title is followed by a short list of keywords which characterize the content of the extended abstract in order to make the comparison with the other extended abstracts easier. Therefore, generic terms are not good keywords, whereas special terms or processes are good ones. Student Research Symposium (SRS), International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI’12), 3 – 5 August 2012, Chennai, India HEADINGS Main headings The main headings should be written left aligned, in boldface and all capital letters. There should be a space before and 6pt after the main headings. Secondary headings Secondary headings should be written left aligned, boldface, with an initial capital for first word only. There should be a space before and 6pt after the secondary headings. TEXT The normal text should be written single-spaced, justified, in one column. Do not indent the first line of each paragraph. There is no inter-paragraph spacing. FIGURES All figures should be numbered consecutively and captioned. The caption title should be written centered, with upper and lower case letters. A space should separate the figure from the caption, and a space should separate the upper part of the figure and the bottom of the caption from the surrounding text. Figures may be included in the text or added at the bottom of the Extended Abstract. EQUATIONS A displayed equation is numbered, using Arabic numbers in parentheses. It should be centered, leaving a 6pt space above and below to separate it from the surrounding text. The following example is a single line equation: Ax = b (1) The next example is a multi-line equation: (2) Ax = b Ax = b TABLES All tables should be numbered consecutively and captioned. C11 C12 C13 C21 C22 C23 C31 C32 C33 C41 C42 C43 C51 C52 C53 Table 1. Example of the construction of one table FORMAT OF REFERENCES Use the number referencing style as usually used for regular research papers. That means, mention the reference numbers within the texts and in the references section, mention all the references with sequential numbers; , , . CONCLUSIONS Extended Abstracts in format for publication should be submitted electronically before the deadline. Student Research Symposium (SRS), International Conference on Advances in Computing, Communications and Informatics (ICACCI’12), 3 – 5 August 2012, Chennai, India REFERENCES  Bowman, M., Debray, S. K., and Peterson, L. L. 1993. Reasoning about naming systems. ACM Trans. Program. Lang. Syst. 15, 5 (Nov. 1993), 795-825. 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