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Author’s instruction for preparing papers for IJOR

Abstract: This article illustrates preparation of your paper using MS-WORD. All papers should be submitted as MS-WORD documents and the document size should not exceed 3 MB. Papers are limited to 10 pages. Pages should not be numbered and the abstract should not exceed 150 words. Please leave one blank space (10 pt.) between each of the following: title, author’s names, address, and abstract. To be properly reproduced in the Proceedings, the margins of this template should be set for A4 size paper to 25 mm on the sides, 25 mm on top, and 25 mm on bottom. The paper begins with a title in bold, which uses 14pt Times New Roman. This is followed by the details for each author in 10pt Times New Roman. Section titles are bolded in 10pt Times New Roman and the body of the paper should be typed in 10pt Times New Roman. If you have any questions on the format, please direct your queries to area editors:
HSING LUH E-mail slu@nccu.edu.tw
I-LIN WANG E-mail lab61205.iim@gmail.com
SHI-WOEI LIN E-mail shiwoei@mail.ntust.edu.tw
CHENG-HUNG WU E-mail wuchn@ntu.edu.tw
I-HSUAN HONG E-mail ihong@ntu.edu.tw

Keyword: Maximal 5 keywords and at least one of them must be elected from that listed under an Editor-in-chief.

INTRODUCTION EQUATIONS fIGURES AND TABLES CITING REFERENCES REFERNCES

I. INTRODUCTION

The spacing between abstract and the text heading is two line spaces (10 pt.). All major headings should be numbered, capitalized, and in 10 pt. bold. The first paragraph of each section should not be indented. The first paragraph after any section title should be indented (7.5 mm) as here with one line space before the paragraph.

All subsequent paragraphs should be indented as here with no line spacing between paragraphs. Two line spaces (10 pt.) should follow each section.

  1. Second-Level Heading
    The first paragraph after any section title should not be indented as here with one line space before the paragraph.

    The second and all subsequent paragraph should be indented (7.5 mm) as here with no line spacing before the line.

  2. Third-Level Heading
    The first paragraph after any section title should not be indented as here with one line space before the paragraph.

    The second and all subsequent paragraph should be indented as here with no line spacing before the line. Avoid using more than three levels of headings.

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II. EQUATIONS

Equations should be numbered consecutively beginning with (1) to the end of the paper. The number should be enclosed in parenthesis and set flush right in the column on the same line as the equation. An extra line of space should be left above and below a displayed equation or formula.

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III. fIGURES AND TABLES

All figures should be positioned at the top of the page when possible. All figures should be numbered consecutively and captioned; the caption should be centered under the figure as shown in Figure 1. All text within the figure should be no smaller than 9pt. There should be a minimum of two line spaces between figures and text.

  1. Figure1: Title of Figure
    Figure
    All tables should be numbered consecutively and captioned; the caption should be centered above the table as shown in Table 1. The body of the table should be no smaller than 9 pt. There should be a minimum two line spaces between tables and text.

  2. Table 1: Title of Table
    Format for Table  
           
           

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IV. CITING REFERENCES

Within the text, references should be cited giving the last name of the author(s) and the year of publication of the reference. The year should always be enclosed in parentheses; whether or not the name of the authors(s) should be enclosed within the parentheses depends on the context. For example, Mital (1993) or (Mital, 1993).

References should be listed together at the end of the paper. References should be arranged in alphabetical order according to the last name of the author, or the last name of the first-named author for papers with more than one author. Refer to the examples shown below.

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V. REFERNCES

  1. Insignia: Insignia Solutions Home Page. Mital, A. and Anand, S. (Editors)(1993). Handbook of Expert Systems in Manufacturing: Structure and Rules. Chapman & Hall, London, United Kingdom.

  2. Java: Java Home Page. http://java.sun.com/

  3. Kuo, T. and Mital, A. (1993). Quality Control Expert Systems: A Review of Pertinent Literature. Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems, 4: 245-257.

  4. Mital, A. (1988). Desirability of Robots. In International Encyclopedia of Robotics (Ed.: R.C. Dorf). Wiley-Interscience, New York, pp. 322-329.

  5. Mital, A. and Mahajan, A. (1989). Impact of Production Volume and Wage and Interest Rates on Economic Decision Making: The Case of Automated Assembly. Proceedings of the Conference of Society for Integrated Manufacturing, Institute of Industrial Engineers, pp. 558-563.

  6. Mital, A., Nicholson, A.S., and Ayoub, M.M. (1993). A Guide to Manual Materials Handling. Taylor & Francis, Ltd., London, United Kingdom.
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