ESM 2003: EUROPEAN SIMULATION MULTICONFERENCE 2003
9th-11th June 2003
PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPT
GENERAL: It is important to note that the appearance of your paper in the Proceedings will largely depend upon the care that you take in preparing the original manuscript and graphic material.
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL PROOF READING AND LAYOUT.
SCS reserves the right to review final manuscripts and reject any that are seriously below standard in content or presentation.
TYPING AND LAYOUT:
MAJOR HEADINGS: These are left justified, bold and in capitals, may be numbered.
Subheadings: These are left justified, bold and capitalised (first letter of each word in capital only), and numbered, e.g. 2.3.
Secondary Subheading: Left justified, in lower case italics, and numbered, e.g. 3.2.4.
FIGURES: These will be reproduced exactly as supplied. If not scaled to single column/full page width please remember that any reduction will make text less legible. Use a large enough and clear font and avoid excessive complexity in diagrams.
REFERENCES: In the text these are cited in square brackets by the family name of the author and the year of publication, with multiple authors and multiple publications in the same year indicated thus: [Zobel and Lee, 1992], [Smith and Jones, 1991a], [Doe et al, 1988], [Jones, 1991; Becket, 1990b]; and listed in the REFERENCE section as shown below:
Zobel R.N. and Lee K.H. 1992, "A Graphical User Interface Based Simulation System for Mixed Application Areas". In Proc. SCSC 92 Summer Computer Simulation Conf. (Reno, USA, July) SCSI, San Diego, CA, USA. Pp62-66.
BIOGRAPHY: please include a short biography of the first author at the end of the manuscript together with a recent photograph. This allows the viewing and reading audience to gain familiarity with the background and experience of the author, thus giving the paper greater impact and validity.
PAGE LIMIT: 6 PAGES. Papers should have a maximum length of 6 double column pages. Additional pages may be submitted, but there is an extra page charge of £50/page which must be added to the accompanying registration fee. We would prefer that you did not exceed the 6 page limit!
Questions on manuscript preparation should be addressed to the Programme Chairman.