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Appendix Print
Tuesday, 13 November 2007

Font - Times New Roman. Main text 10 pt. In tables is possible minimum 8 font's size. Margins: left - 2,5 cm, right - 1,5 cm, top and bottom - 2 cm. Page numbers - automatic, on footer, in center, no number on first page.


TITLE (14 pt, bold, centered, upper case)
Author's full name (10 pt, bold, centered)
Information about author - scientific degree, occupation, address for correspondence, phone number, e-mail. (10 pt, italic, centered)
Co-author's full name (if exist)
Information about co-author - scientific degree, occupation, address for correspondence, phone number, e-mail.

Abridgement of your report's content in 4-6 sentences without heading and written as a single paragraph, so called Abstract, from which one can understand what you're speaking about.

1. INTRODUCTION (primary heading- 12 pt, bold, upper case)
Here a discussed problem take place, historical, technical or social background.
2. METHODS (Main part or parts of the report)
entitled at the discretion of the author (authors), where the problem recounted, the way and method (s) of solution, discussion of results, resonings and/or experiments.
2.1 Secondary headings (10 pt, bold)
Main text
3. CONCLUSIONS
In this chapter outlined recapitulation (resume, summary) of the dicovered results and - may be - author's opinion what to do with this.
4. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Acknowledgements to people or organizations promoted the report.
5. REFERENCES
All references should be cited within the text. In parentheses, show the last name of the first author and the year of publication; for instance, (Smith, 1986).
At the end of the manuscript, full citations should be provided. These should be ordered alphabetically, and typed single-spaced.
To reference a book:
Last name(s) and initial(s) of authors, title of book (in italics), place of publication, publisher, pages referred to (year).
Example: Cho, Z., J. Jones, et al., Foundations of Medical Imaging, New York, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., p. 330-356 (year).
To reference a journal article:
Last name(s) and initial(s) of authors, title of article (in “quotes”), name of journal (in italics), volume number (bold): pages (year).
Example: Crooks, L.E., D.A. Ortendahl, et al. “Clinical efficiency of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging”, Radiology, 10(4-5): 171-179 (1983).
To reference proceedings:
Last name(s) and initial(s) of authors, title of paper (in “quotes”), title of proceedings (in italics), edited by ______ (add name of editor), place of publication, publisher and series number: page numbers (year).
Example: Bragg, S.M., F.R. Best, et al., “Design, Fabrication and Testing of an SP-100-like Phase Separator in a Microgravity Environment”, Proceedings of the Space Technology and Applications International Forum (STAIF-98), Ed. by El-Genk, M.S., New York, American Institute of Physics, AIP Conf. Proc. 420: 501-504 (1998).
List of literature recommended for further reading printed as previous example (s).
 
 
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