Instructions for authors

The language of the journal is English. All papers must be prepared in LaTeX. Authors interested in submitting their papers should follow the instructions available in the document cmit-instr.pdf. This document itself is an example of the correct paper. For preparing the paper the author should basically follow the appearance of the mentioned document which was typeset in LaTeX. All authors must use the provided document class cmit.cls so that there is no need to worry about font size, width and length, margin size etc., as they are set up automatically.

The LaTeX source of an example paper as well as the required class file can be found in cmit-paper.zip.

Submission of a paper implies that it has not been published previously, and it is not being considered for publication elsewhere. The authors are fully responsible for all information contained in their papers.

The most preferred way of submission of a paper is in electronic form as a LaTeX file along with possible figures and pictures in separate files. The files should be sent as attachments by e-mail to cmit@icis.pcz.pl.

Alternatively, a floppy disk or a CD containing the paper may be sent by mail to the editorial office.

Only papers formatted according to the guidelines will be preliminarily accepted and committed to a reviewer. Papers which do not satisfy the formal requirements will be returned to the author. An acceptance letter will be sent to the leading author in case of the positive review of the paper. Before the accepted paper is published, the Copyright Transfer Agreement, which is available for download here, must be printed, filled and signed by the leading author and sent by mail or faxed to the editorial office.

The journal is published twice a year. Abstracts of all published papers will be available online. Publication of special issues is also possible and the proposals should be submitted to the editor-in-chief.

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