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Please, be sure the names of the authors have been deleted from the text.
Manuscripts should follow this order:
Title Page; Abstract; Keywords; Introduction; Materials and Methods; Results; Discussion; Acknowledgements (if necessary); References. When the Results and Discussion sections are combined, then a Conclusions section should be added.
- The ARTICLE TITLE should contain a concise and informative title not exceeding 15 words (Using Times New Roman, Upper Case, bold with font size 14, align left).
- Abstract. The Abstract (in English) should not exceed 250 words. In the case of short communications, abstracts should not contain more than 100 words. The Abstract should be informative as to why and how the study was conducted, and what the results and conclusions were. (Using Times New Roman, Sentence case, Italic with font size 12, justify).
- Keywords. A maximum of 6 key words must be given at the end of the Abstract, allowing a two-lines space. (Using Times New Roman, Sentence case, Italic with font size 12, justify).
PARAGRAPHS STYLE GUIDE
- Paragraph Title (Times New Roman 14 bold, justified, and consecutively numbered). The Body part: Times New Roman, 12 pt, justified, 1.5-spaced.
- Paragraph Sub-Title (Times New Roman 12 bold-italic, justified, numbered). The Body part: Times New Roman, 12 pt, justified, 1.5-spaced.
- Formulas: are justified and consecutively numbered.
- Figures: have to be numbered consecutively. The position of the titles is at the bottom.
- Tables: have to be numbered consecutively. The position of the titles is at the above.
- Acknowledgements: if necessary, a brief Acknowledgements Section may be included.
REFERENCE STYLE GUIDE
Author, A.A., Author, B.B., Author, C. (Year). Title of Article. Title of Journal, Vol, pages.
Stokes, S. L. (1980). Estimation of variance using judgment order ranked set samples. Biometrics, 36, 35-42.
Author, A. (Year). Title of Book. Place of Publication: Publisher.
Fuller W.A. (1987). Measurement Error Models. New York: John Wiley.
Author, A. (Year). Title of Chapter. In Title of Book, eds. Editor. Place of Publication: Publisher, pages.
Wold, H. (1982). Soft Modelling: The basic design and some extensions. In Systems Under Indirect Observations, part 2, eds. K.G. Jöreskog and H. Wold. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1-54.
Paper in Conference Proceedings
Author, A. (Year). Title. In Title of Conference, Place of Publication, date, pages.
Al-Radaideh, A., Ciavolino, E. Al-Nasser A.D. (2008). Efficient Wald-Type Estimators for Simple Linear Measurement Error Model. In MTISD 2008: Methods, Models and Information Technologies for Decision Support Systems, Lecce, 18 - 20 September 2008, 305-308.
Author, A. (Year). Title of Document. URL:
Al-Nasser, D. (2009). This a sample. URL: http://siba-ese.unile.it/index.php/ejasa.
How to cite in the text:
All references included in the Reference list at the end of an article must be cited in the text of the article. For text citations please report the number of the paper you want to cite in the text by using the square brackets.
Authors should suggest at least 2 potential referees with the appropriate technical expertise, although the Editor will not necessarily approach them. Their Competing Interests (C.I.) addresses and e-mail addresses should be provided as fully as possible. Please insert the potential referees in the ‘Potential Referees/Comment for Editor' section.