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Proposal Guideline for Special Issue (SI)


Please read following regulations before submitting the proposal for special issue.

Important Notice) Submission Guideline(General/Special Issue Paper)

To register a paper on the special issue as a JA(Journal Article) to citation databases successfully, an author should follow submission guidelines below:

- Updated(extended and revised) full version, more than 30-40% from a previous research, should be submitted to AICIT journal (If a paper published it's previous research in an another journal or conference proceeding).
- Title should be changed carefully to show author's new research clearly.
- In particular, pay more attention to Abstract and Introduction along with the Title which must be changed.
- Abstract and Introduction: Abstract should describe the overall context of the background, objectives, methods used, results and conclusion. Recommend to revise and use proper sentences.
- Discussion: Should describe the relationship of table and figures with main research.
- Figures and Tables: A submission should include some meaningful tables and figures, and all of them should be described clearly.
- Language and Sentences should be arranged properly and give a clear meaning.
- Sentences polishing will help to improve the quality before a submission.
- References and Citation: Referencing format should be in a proper and standard order. Citation should be made in the paragraph/introduction/related works.
- Papers in the references should be cited in the Introduction properly.

1. Special Issue proposals should include all detailed information for the Editor-in-Chief to review the proposal. proposals not including all these details listed below are not eligible to be reviewed for the Special Issue.

Case 1. Special Issue on a Specific Topic

- Title
- Description
- Scope
- Number of Accepted Papers (20 - 80 accepted papers)
- Expected countries of the authors on the SI (more than 5 countries)
- Date information (paper submission, review period, acceptance notification, publication)
- Guest Editor(s)'s information: Name, Affiliation, Position, email, phone number to contact
- Guest Editor(s)'s bio. (with photo)

Case 2. Special Issue on an International Conference

- Conference Title
- Home page URL
- Publication for the Conference Proceedings
 (ex. IEEE, CPS, ACM, LNCS, not determined, Self Conference Proceedings)
- Organization and Host
- Sponsorship
- Description
- Scope
- History of the Conference
- Number of Accepted Papers (20 - 80 accepted papers)
- Expected countries of the authors on the SI (more than 5 countries)
- Date information (paper submission, review period, acceptance notification)
- Guest Editor(s)'s information: Name, Affiliation, Position, email, phone number to contact
- Guest Editor(s)'s bio. (with photo)

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2. Regulation for Authors' affiliation

At least 15% of recommended papers on Special issue have authors whose affiliations(countries) are more than two different countries.

For example, As shown below authors have different two countries, China and USA

Towards High-performance Dedicated Control Channel in Multi-radio Multi-channel Networks

Shuqiao Zhou1, Yong He2, Yanyong Zhang3, Ruixi Yuan4, Corresponding Author
1, 4CFINS, Department of Automation, TNList, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
1st_author@mails.tsinghua.edu.cn, 2nd_author@mail.tsinghua.edu.cn
2Microsoft Research Asia, Beijing, China, 3rd_author@microsoft.com
3Rutgers University, NJ, USA, 4th_author@winlab.rutgers.edu

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3. Regulation for Payment on Special Issues' Papers

The payment for special issues' papers can be paid by each author individually or by guest editor at a time.

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