PEDAGOGY OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
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In connection with the rather complicated requirements for the exact design of the list of literature and other scientific elements of the article, the editorial board of the journal allows authors to be relieved of the obligation to design manuscripts, illustrations, lists of literature on the rules of the journal until the review process is completed. The main requirement for the original version of the text is the indication in the list of references of all sources and studies mentioned in the work that the reviewer has the opportunity to verify the sources of information.
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I. S. Ivanov1), P. V. Petrov1), 2)
1)”The Scientific-Engineering Enterprise “Geoinformation Systems”,
6 Surganov Street, Minsk 220012, Belarus
2)Belarusian State University, 4 Niezalieznasci Avenue, Minsk 220030, Belarus
Corresponding author: I. S. Ivanov (email@example.com)
Key words. ...
Ivan S. Ivanov, junior researcher, "Geoinformation Systems".
Petr V. Petrov, doctor of science (geography), full professor; head of the laboratory, "Geoinformation Systems"; professor at the department of engineering geology and geophysics, faculty of geography, Belarusian State University.
ОПРЕДЕЛЕНИЕ РИМАНТАДИНА В ЛЕКАРСТВЕННОМ ПРЕПАРАТЕ «ГРИППОМИКС» С ПОМОЩЬЮ ИОНОСЕЛЕКТИВНОГО ЭЛЕКТРОДА
1. И. С. Ивановa, П. В. Петровa,b
aНаучно-инженерное предприятие «Геоинформационные системы»,
bБелорусский государственный университет, пр. Независимости, 4, 220030, г. Минск, Беларусь
Ключевые слова ...
Иван Сергеевич Иванов – младший научный сотрудник НИП «Геоинформационные системы».
Петр Владимирович Петров – доктор химических наук, профессор; заведующий лабораторией НИИ физико-химических проблем, профессор кафедры аналитической химии химического факультета БГУ.
Контактный автор И. С. Иванов
Items 2–8 should follow in the same order in English (see example of arrangement):
In the articles published in the section «Scientific events»the article title should be presented in Russian and English languages; information about author(s) (full name, science degree, academic status, position, place of work, organization address, e-mail, corresponding author phone number) should also be written in Russian and English languages.
The article should consist of the following structural parts that are written boldface type.
Includes: urgency of research, correspondent literature review, stated problem, research aims and objectives.
The part describes research methods and methodology.
The part covers actual results of the research (texts, tables, graphs, diagrams, formulas, pictures, images), interpretation of the results, including their relevance to research hypothesis, as well as limitations of the research and generalization of the results, suggestion on practical application and further research directions.
The part covers section summary. Duplication of wording from the sections should be avoided in the summary. The part can be included into the previous one.
LIST OF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES (in source language):
a) The list includes only works that have been used during preparation of the article and have references in the text.
b) References to the bibliographic sources should be arranged in accordance with their citation (mentioning) – a counting number of the reference and the citied page in the text should be written in square brackets (e.g. [1,3]).
Each source should have its counting number in the list.
c) The list of the bibliographic sources should be arranged as follows:
– a book: name and initials of the author (if there are more than three authors, first three authors should be specified), book full title, place of publication, publisher, year of publication.
Example: 1. Euwals R., Dagevos J., Gijsberts M. et al. Immigration, integration and the labour market: Turkish immigrants in Germany and the Netherlands. Bonn : IZA, 2007.
– articles from the journals, collections, materials and conferences, etc.:
Example: 4. Raijman R., Ophir A. The Economic Integration of Latin Americans in Israel. Can. Ethn. Stud. 2014. Vol. 46, No. 3. P. 77–102. DOI: 10.1353/ces.2014.0036.
References (in English):
a) the list of bibliographic references should be also written in English language;
b) number of sources specified in the list of bibliographic references should coincide with References;
c) references should include data from English-language metadata of the article that are arranged as one block on the title page or at the end of the article: author’s full name (Latin), article title in English; name of a journal (Latin) – transliterate the name if there is no English-language name; imprint (year, volume, page numbers (at…through)); article language, if it is not published in English (e.g. (in Russian)); DOI of the article (if any) or URL if there is no DOI, access to the article (if any);
Example:1. Dedov I. I., Shestakova M. V., Vikulova O. K. National register of diabetes mellitus in Russian Federation. Diabetes mellitus. 2015. Vol. 18, No. 3. P. 5–22 (in Russian). DOI: 10.14341/DM201535-22;
d) transliteration of description is not accepted – an article title or a book title should be translated in English: the description should be clear for foreign readers. It is suggested to translate the titles without transliteration and specify publication language (in Russian) while citing Russian-language books, conferences, anonymous and other sources in case that it is know that they will not be included into international scientific databases.
e) transliteration standard variant for English-language systems – BSI – should be used for latinisation. It is possible to use transliteration system on http://translit.ru, choosing BSI standard.
Scopus and other international scientometrical database do not recommend to use the following documents, specified in References:
– anonymous sources and regulatory documents (regulations, laws, instructions, etc.) that will not be indexed in citation databases;
– inaccessible, unpublished, small editions, local, popular and educational sources: author’s abstracts and dissertations, newspapers, unpublished reports, study guides and course books, encyclopedias, readers, vocabularies;
– electronic materials and Internet resources.
For recommendation: it is preferred to cite above mentioned documents in the text or in-cut references. The references should be arranged page-by-page, at the bottom of the page, numbered – from № 1 on each page.
Illustrations should complement the text and correspondent tables in the text rather than duplicate.
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The illustrations are numbered in accordance with the order of their citation in the text.
Each illustration should have a short name and references to the text (e. g. fig. 1). The only illustration is not numbered.
There should not be shorthand notations in the illustration and the graph, even if they are transcribed in the text (t, S, etc.)
All image-related texts should be duplicated in English language.
Requirements to tables
The tables should complement each other rather than duplicate.
The tables are numbered according to their order of citation in the text.
Each table should have a short name and references to the text (e. g. table 1). The only table in the text is not numbered. Column headings should be in accordance with their content. Abbreviations, used in the table, should be transcribed after the table.
There should not be empty columns in the table.
Table name is duplicated in English language.
Requirements to types, formulas, units
If necessary, it is agreed individually with the editorial staff.
Requirements to abbreviations
Common abbreviations should be used in the text. Abbreviations should be avoided in the title of the manuscript. The entire term for which the abbreviation is used should be transcribed in the text for its first mention (the transcription is not necessary for measurement units and symbols).
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