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International Journal of Security (IJS)
An International peer-review journal operated under CSC-OpenAccess Policy.
Godfried Williams (University of Gloucestershire and CEO of Intellas - United Kingdom)
ISSN - 1985-2320
Published - Bi-Monthly   |   Established - 2007   |   Year of Publication - 2017
Published by CSC Journals, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION GUIDELINES

To ensure accuracy and to avoid production delays, we ask that author follow the formatting guidelines as it represent a mechanism of preparing all parts of manuscript.
 
 
 
MANUSCRIPT HEADER
All pages should have author name(s) in the header. For more than ONE (1) author, use “,” after each author name and “&” before the last author name. Font size for header content should be 9 and it should be left aligned.

Example:
Author1, Author2 & Author3. 
 
MANUSCRIPT FOOTER
The footer text should include Journal Name, Volume(X) : Issue(X) : year of publication. Font face should be Helvetica with 9 font size left aligned.

Example:
International Journal of Security (IJS), Volume (3) : Issue (3) : 2011
 
MANUSCRIPT TITLE
The first letter of each work should be capital. The manuscript title should be bold and center aligned. Font face should be Helvetica with 14 font size.
 
AUTHOR NAMES
Author names should be written in bold, left aligned. Font face should be Helvetica with 10 font size. The author information including university name, address, city, post code and country should be typed in Helvetica with 9 font size with italic style and align text justify. Email address should be written right align with font size 10.
 
Example
Author Name1 email@address.com
Faculty/Department/Division
University
City, Post code, Country

 

 
ABSTRACT
Abstract should be written in Helvetica font 10 in size, bold and center aligned. Alignment of the abstract content should be justified. Use two grey lines before and after the abstract heading and content.
 
KEYWORDS
The manuscript should be submitted with at least 3 keywords that best describe its area. Keywords should be written in Helvetica font size 10. 

Example:

Abstract
These instructions are for authors of submitting the research papers to the IJS. IJS is seeking research papers, technical reports, dissertation, letter etc for these interdisciplinary areas. The goal of IJS is to publish the most recent results in the development of information technology.

Keywords: Keyword1, Keyword2, Keyword3, Keyword4, Keyword5.
 
STRUCTURE OF THE ARTICLE
Manuscripts should be written in clear, concise and grammatically correct language. The entire manuscript, including references, should be typed single spaced on one side of the paper in Helvetica font. All pages should be numbered consecutively.
 
PARAGRAPHS
Leave one line space between two paragraphs (10pt spacing).
 
MANUSCRIPT HEADINGS
Manuscript headings are divided into two main sub heading.
 
MAIN HEADING
Main heading should be in capital with Helvetica font size 12 & bold. All heading should be numbered.
 
SUBHEADINGS
The first character of each word should be capital with Helvetica font size 10. All sub headings should be numbered according to their main heading.
 
Example:
1.  INTRODUCTION
1.1.Sub Heading
1
1.2.Sub Heading2

2.  PRELIMINARIES
2.1.Sub Heading1
2.2.Sub Heading2
 
TABLES & FIGURES
Tables & Figures should be numbered consecutively with numeric numbers. Each table/figure must have its label underneath. The labeling of figures and data in tables should be with Helvetica font size 9. 
 
REFERENCES
References should be indicated in the text by consecutive numbers in square brackets as [1], [2] etc. At the end of the manuscript, references should be mentioned in the numbered order.
 
PRINT REFERENCES
Books
Author(s). Book title. Location: Publishing company, year, pp.

Example:
W.K. Chen. Linear Networks and Systems. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1993, pp. 123-35.

 

 
Book Chapters
Author(s). “Chapter title” in Book title, edition, volume. Editors name, Ed. Publishing location: Publishing company, year, pp.

Example:
J.E. Bourne. “Synthetic structure of industrial plastics,” in Plastics, 2nd ed., vol. 3. J. Peters, Ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964, pp.15-67.

 

   
Article in Journal
Author(s). “Article title”. Journal title, vol., pp, date.

Example:
G. Pevere. “Infrared Nation.” The International Journal of Infrared Design, vol. 33, pp. 56-99, Jan. 1979.

 

 
Articles from Conference Proceedings (published)
Author(s). “Article title.” Conference proceedings, year, pp.

Example:
D.B. Payne and H.G. Gunhold. “Digital sundials and broadband technology,” in Proc. IOOC-ECOC, 1986, pp. 557-998.

 

   
Papers Presented at Conferences (unpublished)
Author(s). “Paper’s title,” Conference name, Location, year.

Example:
B. Brandli and M. Dick. “Engineering names and concepts,” presented at the 2nd Int. Conf. Engineering Education, Frankfurt, Germany, 1999.

 

   
Standards/Patents
Author(s)/Inventor(s). “Name/Title.” Country where patent is registered. Patent number, date.

Example:
E.E. Rebecca. “Alternating current fed power supply.” U.S. Patent 7 897 777, Nov. 3, 1987.

 

   
ELECTRONIC REFERENCES

 

Books
Author. (year, Month day). Book title. (edition). [Type of medium]. Vol. (issue). Available: site/path/file [date accessed].

Example:
S. Calmer. (1999, June 1). Engineering and Art. (2nd edition). [On-line]. 27(3). Available: www.enggart.com/examples/students.html [May 21, 2003].

 

 
Journal
Author. (year, month). “Article title.” Journal title. [Type of medium]. Vol. (issue), pages. Available: site/path/file [date accessed].

Example:
A. Paul. (1987, Oct.). “Electrical properties of flying machines.” Flying Machines. [On-line]. 38(1), pp. 778-998. Available: www.flyingmachjourn/properties/fly.edu [Dec. 1, 2003].

 

 
World Wide Web
Author(s)*. “Title.” Internet: complete URL, date updated* [date accessed].

Example:
M. Duncan. “Engineering Concepts on Ice. Internet: www.iceengg.edu/staff.html, Oct. 25, 2000 [Nov. 29, 2003].
   
Newspaper
Author(s)*. “Article title.” Newspaper (month, year), section, pages.

Examples:
B. Bart. “Going Faster.” Globe and Mail (Oct. 14, 2002), sec. A p.1.
“Telehealth in Alberta.” Toronto Star (Nov. 12, 2003), sec. G pp. 1-3