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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.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

The journal will be published three times in a year. LAUJCI hereby invites papers from interested authors who should submit their manuscripts to the editors through this mail address; laujcisubmissions@gmail.com or laujcisubmissions@lautech.edu.ng.

All articles are to be formatted using the sample journal template (as displayed below)

Paper Title  

 

1st Author

1st author's affiliation
1st line of address
2nd line of address

1st E-mail address

 

2nd Author

2nd author's affiliation
1st line of address
2nd line of address

2nd E-mail

 

3rd Author

3rd author's affiliation
1st line of address
2nd line of address

3rd E-mail

 

 

 

ABSTRACT (with keywords)

 

 

1.     INTRODUCTION

Dear authors please follow these simple guidelines. In essence, we ask you to make your paper look exactly like this document. The easiest way to do this is simply to download the template, and replace the content with your own material.

2.     PAGE SIZE

All material on each page should fit within a rectangle on the page, beginning 2.54 cm (1") from the top of the page and ending with 2.54 cm (1") from the bottom.  The right and left margins should be 1.9 cm (.75”). The text should be in single column .

3.     TYPESET TEXT

3.1     Normal or Body Text

Please use a 10-point Times Roman font, or other Roman font with serifs, as close as possible in appearance to Times Roman in which these guidelines have been set. The goal is to have a 9-point text, as you see here. Please use sans-serif or non-proportional fonts only for special purposes, such as distinguishing source code text. If Times Roman is not available, try the font named Computer Modern Roman. On a Macintosh, use the font named Times.  Right margins should be justified, not ragged.

3.2     This paragraph is a repeat of 3.1

Please use a 10-point Times Roman font, or other Roman font with serifs, as close as possible in appearance to Times Roman in which these guidelines have been set. The goal is to have a 10-point text, as you see here. Please use sans-serif or non-proportional fonts only for special purposes, such as distinguishing source code text. If Times Roman is not available, try the font named Computer Modern Roman. On a Macintosh, use the font named Times.  Right margins should be justified, not ragged.

3.3     This paragraph is a repeat of 3.1

Please use a 10-point Times Roman font, or other Roman font with serifs, as close as possible in appearance to Times Roman in which these guidelines have been set. The goal is to have a 10-point text, as you see here. Please use sans-serif or non-proportional fonts only for special purposes, such as distinguishing source code text. If Times Roman is not available, try the font named Computer Modern Roman. On a Macintosh, use the font named Times.  Right margins should be justified, not ragged.

 

3.4     Title and Authors

The title (Helvetica 14-point bold), authors' names (Helvetica 12-point) and affiliations (Helvetica 10-point) run across the full width of the page – one column wide. We also recommend e-mail address (Helvetica 12-point). See the top of this page for three addresses. If only one address is needed, center all address text. For two addresses, use two centered tabs, and so on. For three authors or more, you may have to improvise.

3.5     Subsequent Pages

For pages other than the first page, start at the top of the page.. 

 

Table 1. Table captions should be placed above the table

Graphics

Top

In-between

Bottom

Tables

End

Last

First

Figures

Good

Similar

Very well

 

3.6     Page Numbering, Headers and Footers

Do not include headers or footers; only insert temporary page numbers in your submission. These will be added when the publications are assembled.

4.     FIGURES/CAPTIONS

Place Tables/Figures/Images in text as close to the reference as possible (see Figure 1) to a maximum width of 17.78 cm (7”).

Captions should be Times New Roman 9-point bold.  They should be numbered (e.g., “Table 1” or “Figure 2”), please note that the word for Table and Figure are spelled out. Figure’s captions should be beneath the image or picture, and Table captions should be above the table body.

 

Fig 1: If necessary, the images can be extended both columns

 

5.     SECTIONS

The heading of a section should be in Times New Roman 12-point bold in all-capitals flush left with an additional 6-points of white space above the section head.  Sections and subsequent sub- sections should be numbered and flush left. For a section head and a subsection head together (such as Section 3 and subsection 3.1), use no additional space above the subsection head.

5.1     Subsections

The heading of subsections should be in Times New Roman 12-point bold with only the initial letters capitalized. (Note: For subsections and subsubsections, a word like the or a is not capitalized unless it is the first word of the header.)

5.1.1     Subsubsections

The heading for subsubsections should be in Times New Roman 11-point italic with initial letters capitalized and 6-points of white space above the subsubsection head.

5.1.1.1     Subsubsections

The heading for subsubsections should be in Times New Roman 11-point italic with initial letters capitalized.

5.1.1.2     Subsubsections

The heading for subsubsections should be in Times New Roman 11-point italic with initial letters capitalized.

6.     ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Our thanks to the institution that provided us support and funding that contributed towards success of this work.

 

7.     REFERENCES

Reference citation within the body of the paper is (Name, date) format, and should be listed in alphabetical order

[1] Adebusola E. A. and Emmanuel, O. J. (2008). Application of Artificial Neural Networks to cancer Classification and Diagnosis, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mobile Computing, Wireless Communication, E-Health, M-Health and Telemedicine (MWEMTeM 2008) ISBN 978-2902-43-8, pp171-176

[2] Adigun, M. O., Ojo, S. O., Emuoyibofarhe, O. J., & Dehinbo, J. (2006, June). E-Health Management: A Partnership and Collaboration Model in Developing Countries. In Proceedings 1st All Africa Technology Diffusion Conference, Johannesburg (pp. 12-14).

[3] Advanced Micro Devices I (2001) Hyper Transport Technology I/O Link, A High-Bandwidth I/O Architecture

[4] Alamu, F., Emuoyibofarhe O. J. and Oke, A. (2011). Developing a robust multimedia picture archiving and communication system (PACS). Int J Comput Appl34(4), 12-25.

[5] Alvager, T., Smith, T. J., & Vijai, F. (1994). The use of artificial neural networks in biomedical technologies: an introduction. Biomedical instrumentation & technology28(4), 315-322.

[6] Awokola J., Emuoyibofarhe O. J. (2012). A Context Aware Publish Subscribe Information System for Public Health Service delivery. ICT 4 Health Conference, September 11th-13th, 2012, Cape Town, South Africa

[7] Balakrishnan, S. N., & Weil, R. D. (1996). Neurocontrol: A literature survey. Mathematical and Computer Modelling23(1-2), 101-117.

[8] Bergeron, B. P. (2003). Bioinformatics Computing. Prentice Hall Professional.

[9] Bernstein, M. L., McCreless, T., & Cote, M. J. (2007). Five constants of information technology adoption in healthcare. Hospital Topics85(1), 17-25.

[10] Biological pathways. https://www.genome.gov/27530687/. Accessed June 12, 2017.

[11] Buduma, N., & Locascio, N. (2017). Fundamentals of deep learning: Designing next-generation machine intelligence algorithms. " O'Reilly Media, Inc.".

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