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Guidelines for Extended (2-page) Abstracts
How to prepare your contribution
Contributions prepared using LaTeXFor optimum results, prepare your contribution using LaTeX with A4 paper size and one of the following files as a template:
Contributions prepared by other means
Use white A4 paper (210 mm by 297 mm, or 8 1/4" by 11 3/4"). The text on a page must be printed within a rectangle 16 cm wide and 24 cm tall (6 1/4" by 9 1/2"), with a 2.5 cm margin on the left side (it will appear centered on the A4 page), and a 2.5 cm margin between the top of the page and the top of the text.
Use a clear 12-pt font similar to Times Roman and 14 pt line spacing. Use bold face 14-pt for the title, followed by a blank line, followed by the the names of the authors, followed by affiliations and addresses.
Type a short abstract justified within a rectangle 13 cm wide, centered horizontally. Leave a space of 1 cm between the bottom of the abstract and the top of the text.
Do not leave a blank line between paragraphs, indent them by 0.5 cm
instead. Use bold face text, left justified, for top-level
sections, leaving one empty line before them. Use italic text
for second-level sections.
Submitting your contribution
Electronic submissionsElectronic submissions are only accepted if they were prepared using the LaTeX template we provide (Get a version of these instrutions written using this template to see an example on how to use it). The LaTeX source must be self-contained without any reference to any other external files or styles besides the ones used in the template we provide. For illustrations, you must use Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) files. Submit your contribution by sending it as an attachment, per e-mail, to email@example.com.
If you did not prepare your contribution using our LaTeX template, send a clean printout of your contribution, prepared according to the guidelines above, and one copy to the ICONO'5
All contributions must reach the conference secretariat by November 26,
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