An example of abstract for the 1st Scientific day on Computer Science, Optimization and Systems’ Modelization

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Firstname1 Lastname11 and Firstname2 Lastname22

1email address, Faculty/Institute Name, City, Country

2 email address, Faculty/Institute Name, City, Country

Abstract- These instructions explain how to prepare your short paper (2 pages maximum) for the 1st Scientific Meeting on Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. They include guidance on layout, illustrations, text style and references. It is highly advised to use this template to prepare your paper in Microsoft Word. The abstract should provide a brief summary of the contents of your paper.

Keywords- Three to five key words or phrases separated by commas.


The goal of this template is to achieve uniformity in the submitted papers. The typography, layout and style used in these instructions are exactly the same as you should use when preparing your paper.

Short paper submissions should follow the double column format without exceeding 2 pages including tables, figures, and references.

2Identifying your paper

2.1Paper title and authors

The paper title and authors should be exactly in the format as indicated in this template.

Affiliations and email address of authors should be indicated by superscript numbers as in the example.

2.2Submission format

The paper must be submitted in pdf format to the following link/email address:

2.3Official languages

The official languages of the JSMAI are French/English.


Body text is structured as follows.

  1. Heading 1

2.5Heading 2

2.5.1Heading 3

  1. tables, equations and figures


Number tables consecutively (e.g., Table1, Table2) and be sure that all the tables are cited in the text in the correct order.

Table 1 Example of the table

Column 1

Column 2

Item 1

Value 1

Value 2

Item 2

Value 3



For the equations, please use MathType or the Microsoft equation editor.

Formulas/equations are numbered consecutively. The formula number is given in parentheses as right aligned text next to the formula.



All graphics, charts, illustration, etc., should be numerically ordered. Figure parts should be denoted by lowercase letters (a, b, c, etc.). Each figure should have a concise caption describing accurately what the figure depicts. Figures should be referred to like Fig. 1.


the 1st Scientific day on Computer Science, Optimization and Systems’ Modelization

Fig.1 Example of the figure


References should be arranged numerically by order of appearance in the paper and presented in the following format:

[1] R. Buyya, C. S. Yeo, S. Venugopal, J. Broberg and I. Brandic, "Cloud computing and emerging IT platforms: vision, hype, and reality for delivering computing as the 5th utility", Future Generation Computer Systems, vol. 25, issue 6, (2009), pp. 599-6.

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