Format of manuscripts

For first submission (i.e., not yet revised manuscript), you may incorporate the manuscript text and figures into a single file in PDF format.
For revised manuscripts, you should provide all textual content in a single file, prepared using either Microsoft Word or LaTeX.

Microsoft Word

Use our Word template.

LaTeX

Use our document class (tmcs.cls) and TMCS template (TMCS_template.tex). For bibliography the "reference.bib" file is worth using. Digital drawings and graphs should be submitted in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format together with the final LaTeX document.
All the necessary files can be downloaded here: tmcs_template.pdf

Abstract

Manuscripts must include an abstract that summarizes the principal techniques and conclusions of the paper in relation to known results. It should be no more than 200 words.

Keywords and Subject Classification

The first page of the manuscript should contain keywords and MSC2020 subject classification codes.

Address and e-mail address

The first page must include the affiliation and the e-mail address of the corresponding author, as well.

Abbreviated Title

It is necessary to indicate an abbreviated title, which will be used as a running head (no more than 60 characters including spaces).

Tables and Figures

Tables and figures should be limited to those required for clear communication and be used with references in the text. As figures may be reduced for printing, the lettering should not be too small. Drawings should be on good quality paper and marked clearly in black.

References

References should follow the APA 7th style.

The DOI number of the reference (if it is known) should be written, as well.

References should contain full article titles, chapter titles of books as well as first and last pages of each article. Standard abbreviations of journal names should be used.

For more information see the following page: http://www.apastyle.org/