Now Publishers Inc uses modern production techniques to create both printed and
online formats of author's articles. These processes have been developed to
make it easy for authors to create their articles in a way in which we can
quickly produce the published version. To help us keep costs low and provide
rapid publication we ask our authors to create their articles in LaTeX or
Microsoft Word. We are not expecting camera-ready copy from our authors so
please do not spend time perfecting the layout of your paper. After submission
we will copy-edit and proof-read your article for grammatical errors. The
author stylefiles create a layout for the printed book version of your article.
We will use this to create the online HTML and journal style PDF layout. To
help you further, please adopt the following guidelines
Consecutive Numbering of Parts
All manuscript pages, footnotes, equations, and references should be labeled in
consecutive numerical order. Illustrations and tables should be cited in text
in numerical order.
Please provide an abstract to the article. This will be used as the cover text
in the printed book version and in the online journal version. It should
describe what the paper reviews and for whom it is of interest. The abstract
will also appear in various online and printed abstract journals.
A numbered list of references must be provided at the end of the paper. The
list should be alphabetical. List only one reference per reference number.
During production we will use these references to create links to the cited
articles if they are available on the internet. It is, therefore, very
important that you supply as complete a reference as possible and that it is
structured in the manner requested. See the special instructions pertaining to
the particular style file you use.
Figures, Tables, and Captions List
All graphics should be submitted as separate files, preferably in Encapsulated
PostScript, although TIFF and Postscript are also acceptable. By default we
will use colour figures in the HTML and PDF files available online, but print
in black and white. When supplying colour figures or halftones (photos), ensure
that there is sufficient contrast to enable clear black and white printing. Use
either Times New Roman or Arial typefaces on all your figures. Do not put boxes
around your figures to enclose them. Halftones should be supplied in 300 dpi
Instructions and Downloads for LaTeX Users