Paper Writing Guidelines

Please follow these guidelines when writing your papers.

1. Layout sample
(1) Original Article

(2) Art Paper

2. Size, Color, and Language
Use A4 paper size (210 x 297 mm) in black and white. All articles should be up to ten (10) pages long and be written in English.

3. First Page
The first page should include the following items : title, subtitle, author's name, co-authorfs name, e-mail address, institutional affiliation, the abstract and keywords. The body text should be set to 10-20mm spacing. Please write the personfs name in the following order, last name and first name, and then a comma between them(e.g. Obama, Barack H).
The layouts of the first page are different between the Original Article and Art Paper. Please refer to each layout sample.

4. Fonts
Please use the following fonts.
(1) sans-serif (Helvetica and Helvetica Neue are preferable. Arial acceptable.)
Title, Subtitle, First author, Co-authors, E-mail address
and Institutional affiliation
(2) serif (Times and Times New Roman are preferable. Century acceptable.)
Abstract, Keywords, Body text and Captions for figures and tables

5. Abstract
(1) Original Article
An abstract in English, limited to 200-300 words in a single paragraph is required in all cases. The abstract should
contain a concise summary of the contents of the paper. In this case, it is not necessary to use quotation marks.

(2) Art Paper
Place an image of your artwork (width: 110mm) on the line below the title and the subtitle. Write abstract of 50-100 words in English, describing a concise summary of the contents of the paper. Please leave 5-10mm spaces between the Abstract and the image.

6. Keywords
Pick three words that best describe your article.

7. Headline
The article should be classified under the following : big headlines, chapters, medium headlines, sections, subheads, paragraph. The text of article is usually divided into the following sections: introduction, method, discussion, summary, conclusion, etc. Please use bold-face fonts for headlines.

8. Caption
The space between figures(or tables) and body text should be 5-10mm. You can make figures span across more than one column. In this case, the figures should be placed on the top or bottom of the page. Put captions below pictures or above tables. All caption text should be written as such gFigure1 Titleh with the figure number.

9. Reference
All references should be cited in numerical order according to their order of appearance. Each reference number should be enclosed in square brackets[ ].
References must include the following elements. Please put a comma(,) between each of the elements.
- author(family-name-first style)
- title(italic)
- name of the publication
- publisher
- issue
- page(s)
- year

(1) e.g. (journal)
[1] Sutherland, I. E., Ten Unsolved Problems in Computer Graphics, Datamation, Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 22-27, 1966.

(2) e.g. (book)
[2] Rowling, J. K., Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Arthur A. Levine Books, 2007.

10. Data
The document must be submitted in both Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat PDF.
No changes will be permitted after the submission deadline.


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