INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS TO
TYPE THEIR MANUSCRIPT
Author Name ,Co-Author name
UBICC Publishers, Country
These instructions are for authors of submitting the research papers to the
Ubiqutious computing and communication Journal. UBICC® is seeking research
papers, technical reports, dissertation, letter etc for these interdisciplinary areas.
The goal of the UBICC® journal is to publish the most recent results in the
development of information technology.
Keywords: instruction, full manuscripts, camera-ready, Microsoft Word format.
1 INTRODUCTION 3.1.2 Author’s name
Allow two blank lines between the title and the
These instructions are for authors of submitting author’s full name. Author names are set in Times
the research papers to the Ubiquitous computing and New Roman type face with 10 point in size, bold and
communication Journal. Please prepare your centered. Authors from the same affiliations should
manuscripts in accordance with these guidelines. be grouped.
3.1.3 Authors’ affiliation
2 REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUSCRIPTS Author’s current affiliation should be typed
under author’s name in Times New Roman type face
All manuscripts must be typewritten clearly and with 10 point in size. Allow one blank line to the
carefully on A4 (210297mm) white paper with left next author’s name and affiliation.
and right margins of 25mm width, upper margin of 3.1.4 Abstract
25mm and lower margin of 30mm height. The length The heading of “ABSTRACT” is set with two
of the manuscripts must not exceed 12 pages. You blank lines after author’s affiliation in Times New
can delete our sample text and replace it with your Roman type face with 10 point size, bold. The
own text. If you want to use some other form of abstract of not more than 15 lines should be single-
word processor to format your text, than please use columned with 20mm indents left and right.
these guidelines and follow strictly the style 3.1.5 Keywords
described in detail here for headings, tables and Keywords of not more than 1 line shall be given
figure captions, and so on. below the abstract, starting with “Keywords:” in bold
Authors who are not fluent in English are face.
requested to ask a native English speaking colleague 3.1.6 Headings
to correct their manuscript before submission. First level heading should be typed in capital
letters in Times New Roman type face with 10 point
3 TEXT FORMAT in size, bold and be numbered. Allow one blank line
both above and below the first level heading. In
In text body, use a proportional typeface 10 second level heading, only the first letter of each
point in size, preferably a Times New Roman type word is capitalized. Leave one line spacing above the
face. All text must be double-columned and single- second level heading. In third level heading, use
spaced, with an indent of 5mm for the first line of Times New Roman type face with numbers as shown.
each paragraph. Please take the following guidelines
into consideration strictly. “ACKNOWLEDGEMENT” are not numbered but
“REFERENCES” are numbered .both are typed in
3.1 Title, Author’s Name and Heading capital face with Times New Roman type face10
3.1.1 Title point in size and bold.
The title should be typed in capital letters, using
Times New Roman type face with 14 points in size, 4 REFERENCES
bold. It should be centered on the first page References should be indicated in the text by
beginning on the 6th line. consecutive numbers in square brackets, as , 
All references should appear together at the end Trace elements as weight
of the paper. The full references are cited in a Code of percentage
numbered list of the following style: sample
4.1 In cases of journals S Cl
 J. M. Davis: Simplified Diaphragm Analysis,
Journal of Structural Div., ASCE, Vol. 103, pp. FW1 0.30 0.70
2098-2109 (1977). FW2 0.29 0.71
4.2 In cases of books FW3 0.31 0.69
 F. R. Shanley: Basic Structures, John Willey &
Sons Inc., pp. 291-314 (1947) FW11 0.11 0.08
Authors are allowed to use such abbreviations of FW12 0.10 0.07
academic societies as ACI, ASCE, ASTM, CEB, ISO, FW20 0.12 0.09
RILEM, WCEE, JCI, JSCE, AIJ
FW16 0.66 8.06
4.3 Equations FW17 0.71 8.10
All equations are included in the text and FW18 0.69 8.24
numbered such as (1), (2) and (3). The number of the
equation should appear at the right-hand margin. In
the text, equations are referred to as Eq. (1) and so on.
Allow 1 line spacing above and below equations.
E = m c2 (1) absorbed water (g/cm2)
5 FIGURES, PHOTOGRAPHS AND TABLES
Figures, Photographs and Tables must be 0.3 salt transporting plaster
originals, placed on the page with captions, where
they are intended to appear in the text. Both 0.2
illustrations and lettering must be large enough to be
legible. Captions of figures and photographs should
appear below them and captions of tables are typed 0.1
above. They should be positioned in the text with
one line spacing above and below. Do not put text 0.0
aside of them. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
All Figures and Tables must be arranged in a time (h1/2 )
consecutive order and referred to in the text as Fig. 1
and Table 1 respectively. Figure 1: Comparison of the moisture absorption
If required, authors may use both columns for from a free surface by the experimental lime/cement
Figures and/or Tables. plaster and the restoration (salt transporting) plaster
Table 1: see the table shown here as a example for
preparing your manuscript.
Gf = 5 J/m²
-20 Gf = 50 J/m²
-25 Gf = 500 J/m²
-30 Gf = 5000 J/m²
0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200
Ligament Length [mm]
Figure 2: Stress distributions in the ligament of beams with different fracture energies at maximum load bearing
6 SUBMISSIONS OF PAPERS All submitted papers will be sent out for an peer
review process. This means that authors may be
The authors are requested to submit the original asked to take reviewer’s comments into
electronic file in PDF format. These are to be consideration before submitting the camera ready.
submitted using our website www.ubicc.org