The Organizing Committee recommends an author to submit his/her paper in a form of WORD document, PostScript or ASCII file. Each author should submit all source files(text and figures) needed to make the paper.

1. Submission

Authors are requested to submit ALL of their source files as well as the PostScript on a diskette and two copies of paper at the conference. These materials should be submitted no later than the second day of the conference.Use 9x12 in envelope with your name, paper ID and paper title marked on the outside. The following file should be included in the sub- mitted diskette: PostScript file of the complete document, including graphics. text source file. Graphics files Any special files/macros used to make the document A sheet listing the name(s) of author(s)',paper ID,title of paper,a list of all file names, native word processor and its version number, submi- tted date on the diskettes. One 3.5 in DSHD (1.4 MB) diskette containg the complete PostScript version of your paper as a single file and the figure files with .EPS extension. The files should be named by paper ID according to the submitted abstract's ID, which is sent out by th Scien- tific Secretary of the ICALEPCS'97.We will give each author an ID accor- ding to the author's abstract e.g for abstract a001, the paper number should be 001, the file name for the paper should be p001, and plus up to three characters for extension, as in the following example: the PostScript file
        p001.tex--the LaTex source file
        p001.doc--the WORD source file
        p001.eps---EPS file for figure
        p001.asc---ASCII text file
        p001.txt--text file with hard/software details

The diskette should be clearly labeled with the program code.If you have not received an ID number for your paper after your abstract is sent out, please contact the Scientific Secretary of the ICALEPCS'97. Or you can submit your paper with 8 characters name for your paper file. Besides,we recommend authors to FTP your paper including above files to the follow- ing account before the conference.

Note: the file name for your paper should be pxxx, and plus up to three characters for extension, as in the above example. The FTP account for receiving paper is:
        username: paper97
        password: paper97

2. Production of the proceedings

The ICALEPCS'97 Proceedings will be published as a book and as a CD-ROM. Papers must be presented. Posters that are not displayed and orals that are not presented will also not be published.

3. Preferred software for paper preparation

LaTex 2e and Microsoft WORD 6.0 are preferred by the Organizing Commi- ttee. If there are no LaTex or WORD, please submit your paper in form of ASCII file.

3.1 Using LaTex

We hope authors use LaTex 2e together with the Times package. Full page width tables and figures can be obtained by using the figure* and table* environments. Graphics can be incorporated using the epsfig package.This command allows resizing and rotation of the graphics, which should be in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format. Instructions and templates are also available via WWW or by FTP, in either case authors should select and download the template for the LaTex that are used for text processor. WWW: connect to the ICALEPCS'97 home page and follow the links Templates. FTP: connect by FTP to and access the user: paper97,direc- tory "paper97\Template". The filtemplate.tex in this directory con- tains a description of the Template files.

3.2 Using WORD

We hope authors use Microsoft WORD 6.0. If you use OFFICE 97 or WORD 7.0 on your PC computer, please save your paper as a WORD 6.0 document, and turn off the word "Fast Save" option , so that it is easy to read It is acceptable for authors to use Macintosh WORD 5.2 or 5.1 to prepare their papers. Full page width tables and figures can be created by inserting a new section with the appropriate total width (160mm). Using an illustra- tion (graph, etc.) which has been saved in the Encapsulated PostScript format gives better resolution in the final document because it will scale properly under zooming. Most applications allow one to save a gra- phic or image in EPS format, so this is recommended.

4 Layout specifications

Your paper should follow these instructions. Templates for LaTex 2e and Microsoft WORD have been enclosed at the end of these rules. The total text height is 215 mm (8.46 in.) and the width is 160 mm(6.30 in.). The paper should be in two column format. The separation is 8mm (0.32in.). The body of the text is set in 9pt using a Times font. The line spacing is single. There should be no page number. The first line of a new para- graph must be indented with 2 characters. The ISO A4 size paper will be used for the proceedings, and the text and figures must be placed on the page using the following margins. It is recommended to submit papers in A4 format, but US letter size will also be accepted.

4.1 The reference margins :

  |             A4 Paper               US Letter Paper |
  |                                                    |
  | Left        25 mm(1.0 in)           28 mm (1.1 in) |
  | Right       25 mm                   28 mm (1.1 in) |
  | Top         38 mm(1.5 in)           30 mm (1.2 in) |
  | Bottom      38 mm                   30 mm (1.2 in) |

4.2 Fonts, title, heading and type sizes

We hope the authors use a Times font. The body of the text is set in 9-point. The title should use 14pt bold upper and lower letters and be centered on the page. The names of the authors should be in 11pt upper and lower case letters.And their organization and mailing address should be in 10pt upper and lower case letters. Sectioning is based on three levels. Each level of sectioning is indicated by arabic numerals.Section Headings should be left justified, boldface upper and lower 9pt, and sandwiched between vertical spaces of 12pt above and 6pt below. Subsec- tion headings should be left justified, slanted 9pt, and sandwiched between vertical spaces of 9pt above and 5pt below.Susubsection headings should be left justified, slanted 9pt, and sandwiched between vertical spaces of 8pt above and 4pt below.

4.3 Figures and Tables

Place figures and tables as close to the place of their mention as possible. All figures and tables must be given sequential numbers( 1, 2, 3, etc.) and have a caption placed below the figure or above the table being described.

4.4 References

The "References" heading is type se as for section heading. All bibl- iographical references should be numbered and listed at the end of the paper.When referring to a reference in the text, place the corresponding reference number in square brackets.

4.5 Page Limits

Contributed (oral or poster) papers may not exceed four pages. Invited oral papers may not exceed six pages.