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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS
The title of the paper must with the few words precisely, clearly and concisely describe the content of the article. It must be understandable.
Information on authors: name and surname, professional degree, Title (eg Doctor of Science), e-mail address and affiliation.
The summary is a snapshot of the work, which briefly present the importance of the topic, the purpose of the research, the new findings, the methodology, the achieved results and conclusions. It is in the authors' interest that the summary contain terms that are often used to index and search articles. The abstract contains up to 150 words and has no formula or bibliography. The article must have abbreviations in Serbian and English.
Keywords: Keywords are terms or phrases that best describe the content of articles for indexing and search purposes. The number of keywords cannot be greater than 8.
The introduction must contain information on the ideas, methodology and results of the subject of the research. The aim and purpose of the research must be clearly described with the evaluation of the previous research.
The established hypothesis proven by the work or research of the author must be logically elaborated with consistent progression.
The discussion should talk about the significance of research results. Explaining the research results.
The conclusion should include clearly stated author's statements, open questions as well as recommendations for further research.
The range of work (along with pictures and drawings) should be limited to a maximum of 12 pages. Pages must be numbered.
The page size setting is A4, margins: upper and lower 2.5 cm; left and right 2 cm; Format the attachments in 2 columns (columns) with a space of 0.5 cm.
The text should be grammatically correct, without typographical errors, written in Word Office program. The letters Arial of size 10 for text, 10 for chapter titles and 11 for article title should be used. Abbreviations should be explained when it appears in the text.
Formulas and equations should be written in a row with the corresponding numbering on the right side of the environment: (1). The SI unit of measurement is mandatory.
Images must have a title and be marked with numbers, and the source must be listed below the image. Image resolution is recommended at min 300dpi.
Tables must have a title and be marked with a number. Below the Table, the author must indicate the data source.
Notes (footnotes): The notes are provided at the bottom of the page where the commented part of the text is located. They may contain less important details, additional explanations, indications of used sources, but can not be a substitute for quoted literature.
Previous versions: If an article in the previous version was presented at a conference in the form of an oral announcement (under the same or similar title), the information should be given in a special note, as a rule at the bottom of the first page of the page.
List of references (literature): Cited literature includes bibliographic sources (articles, monographs, etc.) and is given separately, in the end, in the form of a list of references. References should be classified as appearing in the text. The style of quoting in the journal is the APA style of bibliographic citation.

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