How to Make a Camera-Ready for ISSS’07 First Surname1 (email address), Second Surname2 (email), Third Surname3 (email) 1 School of Computer and Cognitive Sciences, Chukyo University, Japan 2 Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan 3 Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan Abstract Schon, D. A., & Wiggins, G. (1992). Kinds of seeing and their functions in designing. Design Studies, 13(2), 135- The abstract should be one paragraph, indented 3.2mm on 156. both sides, in 9 point font with 10 point vertical spacing. The Suwa, M., & Tversky, B. (2003). Constructive perception: heading Abstract should be 10 point, bold, centered, with one A meta-cognitive skill for coordinating perception and line space below it. conception. Proceedings of the Twenty-fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1140- General Formatting Instructions 1144). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. The text of the paper should be formatted in two columns with an overall width of 17.8 cm and length of 23.5 cm, with 0.63 cm between the columns. Leave two line spaces between the last author listed and the text of the paper. The left and right margin should be 1.9 cm, and the top and bottom margin should be 2.5cm. Please select page setting to A4 paper. Use 10 point Times Roman with 11 point vertical spacing. First-Level Headings First-level headings should be 12 point, initial caps, bold and centered. Leave one line space above the heading and 1/4 line space below the heading. Second-Level Headings Second-level headings, if needed, should be 11 point, initial caps, bold, and flush left. Leave 1/2 line space above and 1/4 line space below the heading. Formalities, Footnotes, and Floats Use standard APA citation format (e.g., McClelland & Rumelhart, 1981; Richman & Simon, 1989). Use the et al. construction for the 2nd reference to paper or for citations with four or more authors. Number tables consecutively; place the table number and title (in 10 point) above the table with one line space above Acknowledgments Place acknowledgments (including funding information) in a section at the end of the paper. References Greeno, J. G. (1989). Situations, mental models and generative knowledge. In D. Klahr & K. Kotovsky (eds.), Complex information processing: The impact of Herbert A. Simon. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Mazzoni, G., & Nelson, T. O. (Eds.) (1998). Meta-cognition and cognitive psychology, monitoring and control processes. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Newell, A., & Simon, H. A. (1972). Human problem solving. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. ll.
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