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ICSD
-
2007 Sample Paper: Author’s Guidelines for
C
amera
-
ready
P
apers



Author
1
, Author
1

and Author
2


1

Documentation Research and Training Centre,

Indian Statistical Institute,

Bangalore, Karnataka

India

{
1author
,

2
author
}
@drtc.isibang.ac.in


2

Dept. of Li
brary and Information Science

Banaras Hindu University

Varanasi
,

India

3author
@bhu.ac.in



Abstract.

In this paper, we describe the formatting guidelines for
ICSD
-
2007 Proceedings. We do encourage authors to follow the
formatting.
The abstract should summ
arize the contents of the paper and
should contain at least 70 and at most 150 words. It should be set in
10
-
point font size and should be inset 1.0 cm from the right and left
margins. There should be two blank (10
-
point) lines b
e
fore and after the
abstrac
t. This document is in the r
e
quired format.


Keywords:
We would like to encourage you to list your keywords in
this section.



1 Introduction

This instruction file for Word users may be used as a template. Kindly send
the final and checked Word file of
your paper to icsd@drtc.isibang.ac.in, with
CC to icsd2007@gmail.com.
We ask you to make your paper look exactly
like this document.
You can download the template

in MS
-
WORD format

from ICSD website

(
ICSD
-
2007, 2006)
.

O
nly one version of your paper
should
be

sent. It is not possible to update files at a later stage. Please note
that we do not need the printed p
a
per.


2

Paper
Setup

and Margin

The paper should be in A4 size. The text should be justified with margins (top
and bottom) 2.05 and left and right
1.73 inches. The margins for header and
footer should be 0.5 inches.


3

Typeset Text

The formatting

specifications for headers

and normal text has been given in
this section.

By default the normal text should be in Times New Roman.
The
font can be
italici
zed
,

to give

special appearance
to

the text.
Program codes
should be in
Courier

10
-
points
.

The text should not exceed maximum 12
pages
.
Number of words should not exceed 3000 words in the
prescribed format
1
.

3.1

Sections

The heading of a section should be in T
imes New Roman 12
-
point bold
with an additional
12
-
points of white space above the section head.
Sections and subsequent sub
-

sections should be numbered and flush
left. For a section head and a subsection head together (such as
Typeset
Text

3 and
its
sub
section 3.1), use no additional space above the
subsection head.

3.1.1

Sub
s
ection

The heading should be bold, italics
.
The text should be
Times New

Roman, justified. Line spacing before the line should be 12
-
points,
single spacing.

3.1.1.1

Subsub

S
ection


The heading of

this section should be in italics. The line spacing should
be same as above.

3.2

Tables and Figures

The captions of tables and figures should be below the same.















1

Footnote s
hould be in Time New Roman 10
-
points. The corresponding number in
the text should be
superscripted
.

Figure 1. Insert caption to place caption below figure.


.



Heading level

Example

Font size and style

Title (centered)

An Overview on …

14 point,

bold

1st
-
level heading

1 Introduction

12 point, bold

2nd
-
level heading

1.1 Printing Area

12 point, bold

3rd
-
level heading

1.1.1 Headings.

12 point, bold, italics

Text

Text goes here …

12 point, jus
t
ified,
single line spacing

Table 1 Give the table

ca
ption below the table.
(Source: give the reference of the
source, if the table is adopted from elsewhere)

4

Citations

APA citation style should be followed for the references.
The surnames
of authors and year of publication should be given to the correspon
ding
text.

The references should be left aligned

in

6
-
point spacing
(after) and
0
-
point spacing (before)
should be there
for each reference
.
The APA
citation

style
has been
shown

below
:



Journal articles:

Baldonado, M., Chang, C.
-
C.K., Gravano, L. & Paepck
e,
A.(1997). The Stanford Digital Library Metadata
Architecture.
International Journal of Digital Library
, 1, 108
-
121.





In text




(Baldonado, Chang, Gravano & Paepcke, 1997)



Book

Davis, John, Studer, Rudi & Warren, Pa
ul (2006).
Semantic Web
technologies: trends and research in ontology
-
based
systems
. West Sussex: Wiley Publishing.



In text



(Davi
s, Studer & Warren, 2006)



Book Chapter

Daconta, Michael C., Obrst, Leo J. , Smith, Kevin T. (2003
).
Understanding XML and its impact on the enterprise.
In
The
Semantic Web: a guide to the future of XML, web services, and
knowledge management

(pp 27
-
55). Indiana
:
Wiley Publishing.

In Text



(Daconta, Obrst, & Smith, 2003)

References


[1]

Baldonado, M.
, Chang, C.K., Gravano, L. & Paepcke, A.(1997). The
Sta
nford Digital Library Metadata
Architecture.
International Journal
of Digital Library
,
1,

108
-
121.

[2]

Daconta, Michael C., Obrst, Leo J., Smith,
&
Kevin T. (2003).
U
nderstanding XML and its impact on the
enterprise. In
The Semantic
Web: a guide to the future of XML, web services, and knowledge
management

(pp 27
-
55). Indiana
:
Wiley Publishing.

[3]

Davis, John, Studer, Rudi & Warren, Paul (2006). Semantic Web
technologies: trends and research in ontology
-
based s
ystems. West
Sussex: Wiley Publishing.

[4]

ICSD
-
2007 (2006). Conference Proceeding Template.



http://drtc.isibang.ac.in/icsd/guidelines.html/icsd
-
template.doc