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Author Guidelines

When preparing a manuscript for submission to the Journal of Automation, Mobile Robotics, and Intelligent Systems, it should be written in English and include a title, abstract (300 words or less), keywords, and text.

During Submission Corresponding Author is required to fill out a Contributors Form that includes Contributors working email address and affiliations.

  • All tables and figures in the article text must be printable with a resolution of 300 DPI
  • The references must follow the IEEE style.
  • Footnotes, if any, should be numbered, manuscript should consist of no more than 20 pages formatted according to the journal style.
  • The total amount of data for all files must not exceed 120 MB.

During submission, you must anonymize your manuscript due to Single or Double-Blind Review process.

When submitting your manuscript, the Editorial Office requires two files:

  • an anonymized Article in PDF or Microsoft Word format,
  • a Source file with the full article version, where all authors are included.

The Source File must include the first and last names of the author(s), with the corresponding author marked with an asterisk (*), their affiliation (organization, postal address, city, zip code, country, and email), and be in one of the following accepted file formats:

  1. Microsoft Word: Manuscripts prepared in Microsoft Word must be converted into a single file before submission.
  2. LaTeX: Manuscripts prepared in LaTeX must be collated into one ZIP folder (including all source files and images so that the Editorial Office can recompile the submitted PDF).

Note that submissions without a Source File will not be possible.

Manuscripts will be formatted/typeset, so no camera-ready manuscripts are expected, but It is recommended that authors use the JAMRIS Layout template in Word or LaTeX format to prepare their manuscripts.

Paper proposals may be submitted only through our online system. There are no deadlines or calls for papers - proposals may be submitted continuously.

Submission Preparation Checklist

All submissions must meet the following requirements.

  • The manuscript I am about to submit is written in English.
  • The manuscript I am about to submit is original, has not been published nor is currently under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • My article is ensuring a Blind Review standards.

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