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{\large\bf
URSI-JRSM 2015 Student Paper Competition: \\
Instructions for Preparation of a Full-Length Manuscript}
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K. Kobayashi* and S. Yagitani** \\
* Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering, Chuo
University \\
1-13-27 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8551, Japan \\
E-mail: kazuya@tamacc.chuo-u.ac.jp \\
** Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Kanazawa University \\
Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa 920-1192, Japan \\
E-mail: yagitani@is.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp
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\noindent
\textbf{Abstract}--- This material shows how a full-length manuscript for the
URSI-JRSM 2015 Student Paper Competition program should be prepared. The
Abstract here must be less than 100 words in length.
\section{Introduction}
All applicants for the URSI-JRSM 2015 Student Paper Competition (SPC)
program should submit full-length manuscripts in addition to one-page
abstracts, both in PDF format, electronically via the conference website
(http://www.ursi.jp/jrsm2015.html). In the following, we shall provide some
details on how a full-length manuscript for the SPC program should be
prepared. Note that the full-length manuscript should not exceed 4 pages and
its file size should be less than 10 MB.
\section{Style of Manuscript}
\subsection{Organization and page format}
The organization of a full-length manuscript and the font style are as
follows:
\begin{itemize}
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\item Title of paper (14 pt. font in bold)
\item Names of authors (12 pt. font)
\item Affiliation and complete postal/E-mail addresses of each author (12 pt. font)
\item Abstract (12 pt. font, heading in bold, em dash ``\textbf{---}'' should be supplied after the word ``Abstract'')
\item Introduction (12 pt. font, heading in bold)
\item Major sections (12 pt. font, headings in bold)
\item Major subsections, if any (12 pt. font)
\item Conclusions (12 pt. font, heading in bold)
\item Acknowledgments, if any (12 pt. font, heading in bold)
\item References (12 pt. font, heading in bold)
\end{itemize}
The title of paper, names of authors (with the initials and the last names
being used), and affiliations and addresses of the authors should be
centered. Capitalize each word of the paper title. One blank line should be
inserted between the paper title and the names of authors. Note also that
two blank lines should be inserted between the postal/E-mail addresses of
the authors and the Abstract.
Use A4-size papers in manuscript preparations. Do not number pages. Use the
Times New Roman font throughout the manuscript (except equations and
symbols). Indent the first line of each paragraph. Single space in the
entire text except between consecutive sections and subsections. Double
space before and single space after each section/subsection heading. Number
all section headings (except Abstract, Acknowledgments, and References)
sequentially, beginning with 1. Subsection headings should be numbered as
2.1, 2.2, etc. Capitalize each word of the section headings. For
subsections, only the first word of each heading is to be capitalized.
\subsection{Equations}
Displayed equations should be numbered consecutively throughout the entire
manuscript: (\ref{eq1}), (\ref{eq2}), (\ref{eq3})\textellipsis . Do not number equations using
section numbers: (2.1), (2.2), (2.3)\textellipsis . Add one extra line space
above and below all displayed equations. Note that all equations should be
centered. Place equation number (in parentheses) to the right of the
equation.
Parentheses, brackets, and braces should be used in the order \textbraceleft
[( )]\textbraceright . If two brackets of the same kind occur together
(e.g., $(k(x^{2}+y^{2})^{1/2})$, or $(f(x))^{2})$, something is wrong. Use
italic for variables, bold for vectors and matrices, script for transforms,
and sans serif for tensors. Use ``$\exp $'' rather than ``$\mathrm{e}$'' if
the argument of an exponential is complicated or lengthy. For some specific
mathematical constants and operations, the upright (roman) style, not
italic, must be used, such as: Euler's number
($\mathrm{e}=2.71828...$), imaginary unit ($\mathrm{i}$), ordinary
differentiation ($\mathrm{d}/\mathrm{d}x$), integration ($\displaystyle \int \ldots \mathrm{d}x$).
Note that the word ``Equation'' (when followed by a number in parentheses)
is never abbreviated and is always capitalized. The following Equations
(\ref{eq1})-(\ref{eq3}) provide an example on how equations should be typeset in the
manuscript:
\begin{equation}
\label{eq1}
\Phi (x,\alpha )=\frac{1}{\sqrt {2\pi } }\int_{-\infty }^\infty {\phi
(x,z)\mathrm{e}^{\mathrm{i}\alpha z}\mathrm{d}z,} \quad \alpha =\mathrm{Re}\;\alpha
+\mathrm{i}\;\mathrm{Im}\;\alpha \;(\equiv \sigma +\mathrm{i}\tau \mathrm{),}
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
\label{eq2}
\left\{ {\frac{\mathrm{d}^{2}}{\mathrm{d}x^{2}}-\left[ {\gamma (\alpha )}
\right]^{2}} \right\}\Phi (x,\alpha )=\mathrm{e}^{-\mathrm{i}\alpha
d}f(x)+\mathrm{e}^{\mathrm{i}\alpha d}g(x),\quad \gamma (\alpha )=\sqrt {\alpha
^{2}-k^{2}} ,
\end{equation}
\begin{equation}
\label{eq3}
A(\alpha )=-B(\alpha )+4\mathrm{i}\left\{ {C(\alpha )\left[ {F(\alpha
)\mathrm{e}^{-2\gamma (\alpha )b}-G(\alpha )\mathrm{e}^{-\mathrm{i}\gamma (\alpha
)b}} \right]+D(\alpha )} \right\}.
\end{equation}
It is generally preferable to use ``in-line'' fractions (e.g., ${\left[
{f(x)+g(y)} \right]} \mathord{\left/ {\vphantom {{\left[ {f(x)+g(y)}
\right]} {h(z)}}} \right. \kern-\nulldelimiterspace} {h(z)}$) instead of
``built-up'' fractions (e.g., $\displaystyle\frac{f(x)+g(y)}{h(z)}$)
in the text.
Adequate parentheses and brackets should be used to avoid ambiguity. In
displayed equations, it is preferable to use built-up, rather than in-line,
fractions: $\displaystyle\left\{ {\frac{\mathrm{d}^{2}}{\mathrm{d}x^{2}}-\left[ {\gamma
(\alpha )} \right]^{2}} \right\}\Phi (x,\alpha )$ instead of $\displaystyle\left\{
{{\mathrm{d}^{2}} \mathord{\left/ {\vphantom {{\mathrm{d}^{2}} {\mathrm{d}x^{2}}}}
\right. \kern-\nulldelimiterspace} {\mathrm{d}x^{2}}-\left[ {\gamma (\alpha )}
\right]^{2}} \right\}\Phi (x,\alpha )$.
Unless there is an overriding technical reason, the International System of
Units (SI) should be used.
\subsection{Figures and tables}
All figures and tables should be numbered consecutively throughout the
manuscript (not by section). The words ``Figure'' and ``Table'' (when
followed by numbers) are never abbreviated and are always capitalized. All
figures and tables should have captions and be cited in the text.
As an example, Figure \ref{fig1} and Table \ref{tab1} show the URSI logo
and the URSI-JRSM 2015 Registration Fees, respectively.
\begin{figure}[h]
\begin{center}
\includegraphics{URSI1.eps} \\
\caption{URSI logo.}
\label{fig1}
\end{center}
\end{figure}
\begin{table}[h]
\begin{center}
\caption{URSI-JRSM 2015 Registration Fees.}
\label{tab1}
\begin{tabular}{|c|c|c|}
\hline
\rule[-2mm]{0mm}{5mm} & Regular& Student/Retired \\
\hline
\rule[-2mm]{0mm}{5mm} Registration Fee & {Y\llap{=}}8,000 & {Y\llap{=}}4,000 \\
\hline
\end{tabular}
\end{center}
\end{table}
\subsection{References and citations}
Each entry in the list of references must have a citation in the text.
Citations are enclosed in brackets and are numbered sequentially, in the
order in which they appear for the first time in the text: [1], [2, 4],
[13-15], etc.
For a journal article \cite{bib1,bib2} in the reference list, each author's initials
followed by the last name are used. Following the last author's last name is
a comma, followed by the full title of the article in curly quotes, the name
of the journal in italics, the volume number in bold, the issue number
(optional but preferable), the year of publication, and both the beginning
and ending page numbers of the article (preceded by ``pp.'').
For a book \cite{bib3}, names of authors are followed with
the full title of the book in italics, the place of publication, the
publisher, and the year of publication, in that order.
For a chapter in a book or an article in a collection \cite{bib4},
names of authors of the article are followed
by the full title of the article in curly quotes, the editors, the full
title of the collection in italics, the place of publication, the publisher,
the year of publication, and the beginning and ending pages of the
reference.
For a conference article \cite{bib5}, names of authors are
followed by the full title of the article in curly quotes, the full title of
the conference proceedings in italics, the year of the conference, and the
beginning and ending pages of the reference.
\section{Conclusions}
In this material, we have given instructions for preparation of full-length
manuscripts for the URSI-JRSM 2015 Student Paper Competition (SPC) program.
Applications are most welcome. Note that authors are responsible for
obtaining any and all permissions and releases to use all material used in
their manuscripts.
If you have any questions on the SPC program and/or the preparation of a
full-length manuscript, please contact Professor Kazuya Kobayashi, URSI-JRSM
2015 General Chair at kazuya@tamacc.chuo-u.ac.jp, or Professor Satoshi
Yagitani, URSI-JRSM 2015 Technical Program Committee Chair at
yagitani@is.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp.
\section*{Acknowledgments}
Acknowledgments should be limited to collegial and financial assistance.
Acknowledgments are not meant to recognize personal or manuscript production
support.
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\bibitem{bib2} J. Aarons, R. S. Allen, and T. J. Elkins, ``Frequency dependence of radio star scintillations,'' \textit{Journal of Geophysical Research}, \textbf{72}, 11, 1967, pp. 2891-2902.
\bibitem{bib3} R. Mittra and S.-W. Lee, \textit{Analytical Techniques in the Theory of Guided Waves}, New York, Macmillan, 1971.
\bibitem{bib4} K. Kobayashi, ``The Wiener-Hopf and modified residue calculus techniques,'' in E. Yamashita (ed.), \textit{Analysis Methods for Electromagnetic Wave Problems}, Norwood, MA, Artech House, 1990, pp. 245-301.
\bibitem{bib5} E. H. Shang, J. P. Zheng, and K. Kobayashi, ``RCS of a finite parallel-plate waveguide with four-layer material loading,'' in \textit{Abstracts of the 2009 Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2009 Moscow)}, 2009, p. 75.
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