The journal accepts original manuscripts in the aforesaid areas from the authors throughout the year. The manuscript should be sent in the following format of MS word only to e-mail id at email@example.com :
Letter, 8.5”X 11”; Top Margin: 1.5”; Bottom: 1”; Left: 1.5”; Right: 1.0”; Gutter: 0.0; Gutter Position:
Header and Footer: 0.6”
Single whole paper, Spacing: Before: 0 pt., After: 0 pt.
Title: 14 pt., Upper and Lower Case, Bold and Centered.
Conflict of Interest, Acknowledgment:
Author Name (s): 12 pt., Upper and Lower Case, Bold and Centered.
Affiliation: 10 pt., Upper and Lower Case, Centered.
Abstract: 9 pt. justify.
Key Words: 9 pt., Number of keywords 3 to 5.
Headings: 12 pt., Upper and Lower Case Bold and Justify.
Text: 11 pt., Justify.
Mathematical Expressions: Using Microsoft Equation 3.0,
Sizes: Full: 12 pt., Subscript/Superscript: 7 pt.,
Table Captions: above, 10 pt. centered, text-8 pt. centered (in case of numeric value), justify (in case of text).
Sub-Subscript/Superscript: 5 pt., Symbol: 18 pt., Sub-Symbol: 12 pt.
Figure Captions: below, 10 pt. centered, resolution should be at least 300 dpi.
Both statements must be written before the reference section. For more information, kindly see the recent published papers in IJMEMS.
Arranged in alphabetic order, limited, most relevant to the research work and cited (Cai et al., 2001; Xing and Dugan, 2002) in the paper as APA style i.e.
Cai, K. Y., Cai, L., Wang, W. D., Yu, Z. Y., & Zhang, D. (2001). On the neural network approach in software reliability modeling. Journal of Systems and Software, 58(1), 47-62.
Xing, L., & Dugan, J. B. (2002). Analysis of generalized phased-mission system reliability, performance, and sensitivity. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 51(2), 199-211.
Reibman, A., & Zaretsky, H. (1990, December). Modeling fault coverage and reliability in a fault-tolerant network. In Global Telecommunications Conference, 1990, and Exhibition.'Communications: Connecting the Future', GLOB.
Kostyuchenko, Y. V. (2015). Geostatistics and remote sensing for extremes forecasting and disaster risk multi-scale analysis. In Numerical Methods for Reliability and Safety Assessment (pp. 439-458). Springer International Publishing.
Cai, K. Y. (2012). Introduction to fuzzy reliability (Vol. 363). Springer Science & Business Media.
The paper should be submitted online through e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org