Types of Manuscripts
The periodical "Digital Presentation and Preservation of Cultural and Scientific Heritage" Conference proceedings publishes three categories of papers and the authors must indicate the category of their submission in the cover letter:
- Full papers must be based on results of original research. They will normally have a maximum length of 8-10 pages including tables, illustrations and references.
- Short papers should be concise, focused on new results and data. They will be no longer than 6 pages, including the tables and figures.
- Project papers should include concise presentation of applied results, projects, practices, and case studies. This category of papers is oriented to representatives of public and specialised libraries, museums, galleries, archives, centres, both national and foreign research institutions and universities, aiming to attract these specialists to exchange experiences, ideas, knowledge and best practices of the their real work. The project papers will be no longer than 6 pages, including the tables and figures.
Manuscripts should be written in clear and grammatically correct English. British English spelling and terminology must be used. If English is not your native language we strongly recommend the text of your paper to be checked by a native speaker or a professional science editor before submission.
General presentation of the manuscripts
The title page should include:
1) Title of paper,
2) Name, affiliation and mailing address (including e-mail) of each author (the address must include the city and country),
3) Abstract (not exceeding 50 words), that includes a clear statement of the research objectives, a short overview of the methods used, the most important results and a conclusion. Avoid references and abbreviations.
4) Keywords (not exceeding five), which can be used for indexing purposes.
The standard order of sections should be used (for example, Introduction, Exposition of the investigation, Results, Discussion, Conclusions (optional), Acknowledgements, and References). In particular, manuscripts should include: an introductory part with representation and analysis of the problem(s) under consideration and current state-of-the-art of the existing solutions; exposition of the investigation and comments on the results obtained; evaluation of the contribution indicating advantages, limitations and possible directions for future research. References should be in APA standard and listed at the end of manuscript.
General Text Formatting
The papers must follow the formatting guidelines of Springer's Computer Science Proceedings: CS Proceedings and other multi-author volumes - using Microsoft Word (template), and generally the Information for LNCS Authors and Instructions. Authors must:
• Use a normal, plain font for text.
• Use italics for emphasis.
• Use the equation editor for equations.
• Save the file in DOC or RTF (Rich Text Format).
• Headings: Use no more than three levels of displayed headings.
• Abbreviations should be defined at first mention and used consistently thereafter.
• Footnotes can be used to give additional information. Footnotes to the text are numbered consecutively.
• Acknowledgments of people, grants, funds, etc. should be placed in a separate section before the reference list. The names of funding organizations should be written in full.
• Tables: The tables should always be cited in text in consecutive numerical order and must be numbered using Arabic numerals. They should be typed on separate sheets and enclosed after the bibliography. Each table must be as simple as possible, double-spaced, of size no bigger than 12 x 18 cm. Landscape tables must be sent in separate MS Word (doc) file. For each table, please supply a table caption (title) describing its content.
• Illustrations: All illustrations, including charts and photos, must be labelled as Figures. They must be numbered consecutively and referenced in the text. For each illustration, please supply a figure captions. Files in XLS, TIF, JPG and WMF formats are accepted. After the paper is accepted the editors will ask for figures in JPG or TIF format with 300 Dpi. Colour illustrations are accepted for the electronic publications. The editors reserve the right to decide what figures are justified and can be published in RGB colour (other figures will be removed or published in black and white).
• References: References must follow APA norm, no other norms of citations are accepted. The next video shows how to use Word 2010 or newer (do not use this function in Word 2007, its old and generates mistakes) for references creation: How to Use the References Tab in Word. References should be arranged first alphabetically and then further sorted chronologically if necessary. If you are using non-latin-script language sources in references, official transliteration must be used in front of the original article name which will be put in brackets.
• Citation: Cite references in the text by name and year in parentheses following APA norm.
All papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two members of the Editorial board. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness, and clarity. At least one author should attend the DiPP conference to present the paper (more information about DiPP2017 is available at: http://dipp2017.math.bas.bg).
The authors are responsible for the opinions expressed by them and for the plausibility of their data.
The edition do crosscheck against plagiarism. if any author used certain source and did not cite it, we consider that as plagiarism and we will never publish such an article.