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F. Author


Our Affiliation

No.1

Addresses

Phone and Fax Numbers

E
-
mail Addresses
,
and

Our Affiliation

No.2

Addresses

Phone and Fax Numbers

E
-
mail Addresses


S. Author, T.
Author


Our Affiliation

No.1

Addresses

Phone and Fax Numbers

E
-
ma
il Addresses,
and

Our Affiliation

No.2

Addresses

Phone and Fax Numbers

E
-
mail Addresses




Abstract


This
is obviously a fake paper that is only meant to provide an example of the
Word document format expected
by
IJARAS.

The expected size is between 5,500

and 8,000 words.
Both “.doc” and “.docx” formats are allowed.
Images should not be included in the document but provided as external files

more details are provided in what
follows.
In case of any doubt, please do not hesitate to contact the ed
i
tor
-
in
-
ch
ief.



Keywords


Four
-
to
-
six keywords
.




INTRODUCTION


This is the
starting section
.
Note that no images are present in this document. Images should be referenced here
and available in a separate archive.
Images should be in TIF
F

format
. Footnotes are not

allowed in a typical IJARAS
paper; use endnotes instead, like this one
1
.

Mind that sections should not be numbered
. This means that you should
not refer to sections as e.g. in “See Section 1 for more details,” but rather as “See the Introduction for more
details”



thank you in advance for taking these guidelines into a
c
count!



THAT’S THE SECOND SECTION


It is
quite common to find a second section after a first one
(Sacramento et al., 2004;
Borcea et al., 2
008).

Please
note that the complete guideline for

submissions is here:
http://www.igi
-
global.com/development/author_info/

guide.asp
.



THE THIRD SECTION IS HERE


Here comes
the

third section. Please find herein an example of
a
figure.


<<<FIGURE
1
.tif
>>>

Figure 1: This is the caption for Figure 1.

The str
ing between “<<<” and “>>>” should be the name of a file
with a TIFF image. We suggest to organize all such files in a separate directory and to name them “Figure
i
.tif”,
i

=
1,...,
n

and of course
n

being the number of figures in your manuscript.



ANOTHER
SECTION


Let us
cite this
(
Strang & Linnhoff
-
Popien, 2004)

and that
(Bloom, 1970; Broder & Mitzenmacher, 2005)

as c
i-
tation examples
.

(
Broder & Mitzenmacher, 2005)

is just another example
.

Why not
, we could have another figure
here
; here it is then
:

<<<Anot
herFIGURE.tif
>>>

Figure
2
:
Surprisingly enough, t
his is the caption for Figure
2
.




EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS


Quite often you have experimental results providing evidence to your findings. Of course position papers
most
likely
won’t have such section.



RELAT
ED WORKS


Most likely there will be several citations here, e.g.
(Kjaer, 2007; Baldauf, Dustdar & Rosenberg, 2007)

or
maybe
(Sacramento et al.,
2004;
Endler

& Da Rocha, 2006)

and MobiSoc
(Borcea et al., 2008)
.
(Riva, Nadeem,
Borcea & Iftode, 2007)

and
(Cho

et al.
,
2008)

say so,
while
(Chen, Li & Kotz, 2008)

and
(Eugster, Garbinato &
Holzer, 2008)

think otherwise
.
(Sacramento et al
., 2004;
Endler

& Da Rocha, 2006)

don’t express any idea on the
matter. And of course we cannot forget to mention
(
Broder & Mitze
nmacher, 2005)
,

(Whitaker & Wetherall, 2002),
(Repantis & Kalogeraki, 2005)

and So Forth
(
Forth,
200
9
)
.



CONCLUSION
S AND FUTURE WORK


And here goes the final section. After this
section we have the references


which
should
strictly
follow the
APA standar
d



and finally the endnotes
,

if any
.




REFERENCES


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A survey on context
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International Journal of Ad
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)

Bloom, B. (1970). Space/Time Trade
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offs

in Hash Coding with Allowable Errors,
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,
13(7), (pp.
422

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)

Borcea, C., Gupta, A., Kalra, A., Jones, Q., & Iftode, L. (2008).
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Broder, A., & Mitzenmacher, M. (2005). Network Applications of Bloom Filters: A Survey,
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Endler, M., & Da Rocha, R.C.A. (2006).
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c-
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Eugster, P., Garbinato, B., & Holzer, A. (2008).
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Henricksen, K., Indulska, J., McFadden, T. & Balasubramaniam, S. (2005).
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Sacramento, V., Endler, M., Rubinsztejn, H.K., Lima, L.S., Goncalves, K., Nascimento, F.N., & Bueno, G.A.
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(2002). Forwarding without Loops in Icarus,
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ENDNOTES


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