DOC ASME ISPS Extended Abstract Template

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    Title: ASME ISPS Extended Abstract Template Author: Jen-Yuan (James) Chang Last modified by: Stacey Cooper Created Date: 4/16/2013 5:02:00 PM Company
ASME 2013 Information Storage and Processing Systems Conference June 24- 25, 2013, Santa Clara, CA, USA


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Introduction The abstract is a summary, which outlines the work to be reported, and includes as many of the results as possible. The format of the abstract is the two-column format as shown in this document. The length of the abstract is either two or three page for the extended abstract (if intended for one- step submission), or one page for the detailed abstract (to be followed by an extended abstract after acceptance). The inclusion of figures and tables is strongly recommended.

The extended abstract should be submitted in PDF format through ASME ISPS- 2013 Paper Submission System by March 8 (extended deadline), 2013. The final submission of any revision is due April 25, 2013..

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The following instructions should be followed for preparing the abstracts: 1. Length: Abstracts should be no less than two and no more than three pages in length. 2. Two Column Format: The text should be typed in two column format as shown in this template. The columns are 3.5 inches wide. Except for the first page the column length is 9 inches. 3. Title: Center the title of the paper at the top of the page. It should be typed in capital letters. Use bold, 12 pt Arial font or equivalent for the title. 4. Author names: In the space provided, list the name(s) of all of the author(s) in a single line, separated by commas. Use bold, 12 pt Arial font or equivalent. 5. Address: In the space provided, give the business affiliation, address of the authors. Use bold, 12 pt Arial font or equivalent. 6. Text: Skip two lines and start the text. The text must be neat and single-spaced. Use 11 pt Times New Roman or an equivalent font for the text. 7. Major Headings: Use bold, 12 pt Arial font or equivalent to type the major headings. Place them flush on the left-hand margin and on a separate line. Only the initial letter of each major word in headings should be capitalized. 8. Figures: Figures or photographs must be incorporated electronically into the text. Each figure should be accompanied by a caption indicating its sequence in the order of appearance in the text. For example:

Fig.1 This is a typical caption.

9. Lettering: All lettering of the text should be no smaller than 11 points. The preferred font for the text is Times New Roman. 10. Equations: For numbered equations, enclose the number in parentheses, and place it flush with the right-hand margin, e.g.,

H = 0.647 V2/3 (1)

11. References: List and number all bibliographical references at the end of the document in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author of the reference. When referring to them in the text, type the corresponding reference number in square brackets as shown at the end of this sentence [1]. 12. Language: Document must be in English, using only standard symbols and abbreviations in the text and illustrations. 13. Copyrights: No copyright form is necessary for this text. 14. Corresponding Author: At the bottom of the first page and outside the text area, give the information indicated at the bottom left hand corner of the first page of this template. 15. Page numbering: do not number the pages. | |


[1] Patra, A. K., 1998, “Paper title,” Journal name, 7:355-68. [2] Clelland, N. L., 1991, Book title, Publisher’s name, State, Country. [3] Cenay, S., 2002, “Paper title,” in Edited book, editor(s), Driscal, J.E., Yener, M.F., 591-98, State, Country.



Fig.1 This is a typical caption.