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Guideline For Authors

Paper Template - EN version

Paper Template - MK version

Abstract

The abstract should give a brief overview of the most relevant aspects of the paper. It is required that the abstract is structured as follows: purpose of the research, methodology, main results and major conclusions. Authors are requested to avoid using references and uncommon abbreviations in the abstract. It is essential that the abstract is able to stand alone (separately from the whole manuscript). The extent of the abstract: up to 1000 characters.

Keywords

Authors have to provide a minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 keywords that best describe original content of the paper, alphabetically sorted and separated by comma.

Introduction

The paper should be prepared for printing on A4 format (210×297 mm). We recommend using this template and inserting the text here with predefined styles and other necessary adjustments. The length of the paper should be 6-10 pages, including attachments.

Content of the Paper

The structure of the paper should include clear and numbered sections:
⦁ Introduction (main goal of the research)
⦁ Literature Review (use updated literature published in internationally recognized journals; only published works can be used as references)
⦁ Methods/Methodologies (provide sufficient detailed information for the work to be reproducible)
⦁ Results (results should be clear and transparent)
⦁ Discussion (explain the essence and importance of the achieved results)
⦁ Conclusion (provide the most important conclusion from your work)
⦁ References (following the example on the end of this page)

Images

All images (charts, drawings, and photographs) should be in a standard format (gif, jpg, bmp) with sufficient quality. They should be numbered according to their appearance in the paper (1, 2, 3, …). References for all images should be given in the text to establish links between the text and the information in the images.

Other Requirements

Documents not prepared according to the writing instructions will not be considered and will be returned to the authors for corrections.

Equations 

Equations should be centered and numbered according to their order in the text.  

Abbreviations

The use of abbreviations should be minimized. Only applied units of measurement can be given without explanations.

Footnotes

Footnotes are not allowed in the text.

Language

All abstracts and papers should be written in Macedonian or English.

Results

Results should be clear and transparent.

Discussion

Explain the essence and importance of the achieved results.

Conclusions

Provide the most important conclusions from your work.

References

The references should be gathered at the end of the text and numbered according to their order in the text. When listing references, use square brackets, e.g., “[4] author …”. References should appear in the text of the paper. Please provide URLs for references where available. Authors are responsible for obtaining permissions to use copyrighted materials from other sources. The reference list should be justified on both sides (left and right)

Example of a Reference

Books and Monographs:
[1] Krakutovski Z., Todorovski L., Mijoski G. (2009). Recommendations for the development of road and railway infrastructure in the Republic of Macedonia (Institute for Economic Strategies and International Relations “Ohrid,” Republic of Macedonia, 92 pages.)

Journals:
[2] Vatsin O., Mijoski G., Krastev P. (2019). Application of PMB in heavily trafficked roads and highways (Scientific-Professional and Information Journal Roads, No. 10, pp. 16-21)

Conference Proceedings:
[3] Mijoski G., Moslavac D., Krakutovski Z. (2020). The analysis and measuring the noise on the A2 motorway “Mother Theresa” Section: Skopje – Tetovo (Civil Engineering, 72 (2020) 3, pp. 253-262, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.1680.2016
[4] Mazić B., Pozder M., Džebo S., Mandić A. (2018). Thermal design of the pavements structure by method of the soil equivalents. (Book of abstracts, Third Serbian road congress, June 2018, Belgrade, 109 p., 22-23)

Internet:
[5] Ryan, T. (2004). Turning patrons into Partners When Choosing Integrated Library System. Infotoday, 15, 4. (online) available at: http://www.infotoday.com/cilmag/mar04/ryan.shtml (27.03.2004)

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