Only original manuscripts that have not been previously published in other editions are accepted for publication in Proceedings of ISP RAS. The authors of the articles can be ISP RAS staff or representatives of other organizations. Only manuscripts in Russian or English are allowed to be published. Manuscripts (and, if necessary, additional files) should be sent by email to the editors. The procedure of manuscript submission and review is described in more detail in the "Publication Ethics" section.Article template for Microsoft Office Word
The paper must consequently include the following elements:
- full title of the paper;
- initials and names of the authors;
- author e-mails;
- full names and addresses (including country, city, zip code and street address) of organizations where each author works;
- the paper text itself;
If the article is written in English at the end of the article must be the following information in Russian:
- full title of the paper in Russian;
- initials and names of the authors in Russian;
- author e-mails;
- full names and addresses (including country, city, zip code and street address) of organizations where each author works in Russian;
- Аннотация (abstract in Russian);
- Ключевые слова (keywords);
- Список литературы (references).
When preparing an article author should pay additional attention to abstract contents and rules of typing references list.
An abstract is independent of the main text and gives basic information that helps understand the research. The abstract section must:
- describe the main objectives of the research;
- explain how the research was conducted (but without extra details);
- summarize the most important results and their significance;
- be compact (200-300 words including articles).
The abstract should be comprehensive and reflect correctly the paper contents: introduction, problems, research methods, results and conclusion. It should not contain references to literature, abbreviations (if possible), unnecessary introductory phrases and complex grammar structures. An English abstract (placed in the end of the Russian text) is the only source of information about the contents of paper for English-speaking readers and international scientific databases. It should not be a literal translation of the original abstract in Russian. The English abstract must follow the rules and the style of the English language and use the terminology accepted in the relevant scientific area.
The References section is based on the list of bibliographic references to used publications. References in the list should be numbered in the same order as corresponding links appear in the text (i.e., the first reference in the list is the first publication mentioned in the article). To refer to sources cited in the reference list from the article text, a number in square brackets should be used.
Literature references should include the following:
- for books – names and initials of all authors; full title of the book; publisher name and city of publication; year of publication; volume in pages;
- for papers of journals – names and initials of all authors; full title of the paper; full journal title, newspaper title or proceedings title; year of publication; publication date identifiers (for newspaper – issue number or date, for journals – volume or issue number); numbers of pages;
- for standards – full standard title; standard number; place and year of publication; numbers of pages;
- for patents – patent title; number of the patent; country, number and date of declaration and patent publication; bulletin of inventions number; numbers of pages;
- for dissertations: name and initials of the author; full dissertation title; science degree; place and year of defense; volume in pages;
- for sites on the Internet – names and initials of all authors (if known); full title of the text; full site address (for example, http://ispras.ru/en/proceedings/for_authors.php); date of publication or creation; date of access (if date of publication or creation is not known);
If you know DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for publication, it should be placed in the end of the reference (for example, doi: 10.1134/S0361768806040037).
The reference list should not include unpublished texts or articles that are not in public access.
It is not allowed to mix Russian and English language parts, for example, to translate a Russian reference into English.
For articles in Russian use the following format of of references:
- initials and names of the authors (transliteration);
- [title of the paper in English in square brackets];
- source (transliteration);
- [source in English in square brackets];
- the output data with the notation in the English language;
- (in Russian).
Transliteration should be done according to BS 2979: 1958 «Transliteration of Cyrillic and Greek characters». You can use the online service http://translitor.net/.
For articles of Proceedings of ISP RAS is recommend to use this journal title: Trudy ISP RAN/Proc. ISP RAS.
Examples: . Ermakov M.K, Vartanov S.P. Dynamic Java Program Analysis Using Virtual Machine Modification. Trudy ISP RAN/Proc. ISP RAS, 2015, vol. 27, issue 2, pp. 23-38 (in Russian). DOI: 10.15514/ISPRAS-2015-27(2)-2. . Lattner C.. LLVM: An Infrastructure for Multi-Stage Optimization. Master’s thesis, Computer Science Dept., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL. . Vatazin A.V., Karpov L.E, Smetanin Y.G., Yudin V.N. [Software system for physician's decision support with architecture based on rules and cases], V Troitskaya konferentsiya "Meditsinskaya fizika i innovatsii v meditsine (TKMF-5)", Sbornik materialov [Proc. of Fifth conference "Medical physics and innovations in medicine"], vol. 2, pp. 425-427, 2012, RAS, Troitsk Scienfic Centre, ISBN 978-5-89513-272-2 (in Russian). . Proskuryakova L., Meissner D., Rudnik P. (2015) The use of technology platforms as a policy tool to address research challenges and technology transfer. The Journal of Technology Transfer (online publication). Available at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10961-014-9373-8#/page-1, accessed 12.02.2016. . Mishra P., Dutt N. (Eds.). Processor Description Languages. Systems on Silicon. Morgan Kaufmann, 2008, 432 p. . Naveh Y., Rimon M., Jaeger I., Katz Y., Vinov M., Marcus E., Shurek G. Constraint-Based Random Stimuli Generation for Hardware Verification. AI Magazine, 28(3), 2007, pp. 13-30. . Dijkstra E.W. A Discipline of Programming. Prentice-Hall, 1976, 217 p. . Svinyin S.F., Popov A.I. Finite Basic Functions in the Tasks of Sampling Signals of Finite Qxtension. SPIIRAS Proceedings, 2015,issue 43, pp. 50-67 (in Russian).
At the end of the article (after the Russian summary) must be present section «Список литературы», containing a list of used publications. The list must be in Roman alphabet (Latin), and it must be identical to the list given in the section "References".
Titles and author names of books, articles and other documents published in a foreign language should be given in the original transcription.
. Ермаков М. К., Вартанов С. П.. Подход к проведению динамического анализа Java-программ методом модификации виртуальной машины Java. Труды ИСП РАН, том 27, вып. 2, 2015 г., стр. 23-38. DOI: 10.15514/ISPRAS-2015-27(2)-2.
. Lattner C.. LLVM: An Infrastructure for Multi-Stage Optimization. Master’s thesis, Computer Science Dept., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.
. Ватазин А.В., Карпов Л.Е., Ю. Г. Сметанин, В.Н. Юдин. Программная система поддержки врачебных решений с гибридной архитектурой на основе правил и прецедентов. V Троицкая конференция "Медицинская физика и инновации в медицине (ТКМФ-5)", Сборник материалов, том 2, стр. 425-427, 2012, РАН, Троицкий Научный Центр, ISBN 978-5-89513-272-2.
. Proskuryakova L., Meissner D., Rudnik P. (2015) The use of technology platforms as a policy tool to address research challenges and technology transfer. The Journal of Technology Transfer (online). Доступно по ссылке: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10961-014-9373-8#/page-1, 12.02.2016.
. Mishra P., Dutt N. (Eds.). Processor Description Languages. Systems on Silicon. Morgan Kaufmann, 2008, 432 p.
. Naveh Y., Rimon M., Jaeger I., Katz Y., Vinov M., Marcus E., Shurek G. Constraint-Based Random Stimuli Generation for Hardware Verification. AI Magazine, 28(3), 2007, pp. 13-30.
. Dijkstra E.W. A Discipline of Programming. Prentice-Hall, 1976. 217 p.
. Свиньин С.Ф., Попов А.И. Финитные базисные функции в задачах формирования выборок сигналов конечной протяженности. Труды СПИИРАН, 2015, вып. 43, с. 50-67.
The text should be typed using Microsoft Office Word or OpenOffice Writer.
- size – А4 (210mm х 297 mm), 2 pages per sheet;
- top – 10 mm;
- bottom – 15 mm;
- left side – 14 mm;
- right side – 15 mm.
- main font – Times New Roman with a size of 10.
- headline font — Arial.
The main title of the paper (level 1 title) is typed in 16-point Arial bold font, centered.
Level 2 titles, such as “Abstract” and names of manuscript sections (the first must be named “Introduction”, and the last – “Conclusion”) are typed in 11-point Arial italic font. Section titles are numbered with a dot after section number (1. , 2., etc.) and typed without alignment. An empty string is placed before and after level 2 titles.
Level 3 and 4 titles (subsections and paragraphs of the article) are typed in 11-point and 10-point Arial bold font respectively. Subsection titles are numbered without a dot at the end (1.1 , 1.2, etc.) and are typed without alignment. An empty string is placed before and after level 3 and 4 title. Level 5 and higher level titles are not welcome. If they are needed author decides how to decorate them. In any case, such titles should not be numbered.
Initials and names of the authors, e-mails, names of institutions and their addresses (including country, city, zip code and street address) are separated from the title by empty string and typed in Times New Roman italic font size 10 on consequent lines with center alignment.
Keywords for the article (not more than 10) are typed after abstract. The “Keywords” title is typed in 9-point Times New Roman font, and then immediately follows the list of keywords (no capitalization) separated by semicolons.
If the text contains pictures created outside Microsoft Word or OpenOffice Writer (including math formulas), they must be attached to the article in a separate files (JPEG, GIF, PNG formats) with high resolution. If there are many such files it is recommended to create additional text file catalogue, linking file names with picture numbers or formula’s positions inside the text. Figure captions must begin with text “Fig. 1”, with dot at the end and center alignment. If there are tables in the article, the table title must be placed above the table, start with text “Table. 1” and is not aligned. Reference to figures and tables inside the text should have the form of “Fig. 1” and “Table. 1” respectively.