Latex – Shift-JIS
Optical Engineering Journal of Applied Remote Sensing → 1. Tsunami Destroyed Buildings
Remote Sensing Letters → International Journal of Remote Sensing
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters → 2. Polari
3 Double Spaced page × 5 pages
Remote Sensing → Urban AI
Positioning → 3. multiple GNSS data loggers
Computers & Geosciences → 6.Representation using Log file through OpenGL
Comments as shown below from Instruction for writing a paper for conference
Please make sure to send a Word version of your paper AND a PDF to ASPRS by the deadline.
Please list 5-8 key words or phrases so we can use those to help create the search aspect of the proceedings.
The title should appear in CAPITAL LETTERS without underlining, centered on the page, beginning at the top
margin of the first page. More than one line may be used, but single-space between lines. Type the author name(s) and
affiliation in upper and lower case letters centered under the title. In the case of multi-authorship, group names by firm
or organization. Affiliation should include position(s) of the author(s), the institution(s), address(es) and email
The type font should be Times or Times Roman, 10 pt. for the body copy, 12 pt. for the main
headings, 11 pt. for subheads. DO NOT USE the Paragraph feature to separate your lines of text or paragraphs.
References and/or Selected Bibliography
References should enable a librarian to supply the quoted paper or book to the reader. References should be
cited in the text thus: (Smith, 1987b) and listed in alphabetical order in the reference section. Make sure that the
titles of books and periodicals are italicized. Names of journals can be abbreviated according to the “International
List of Periodical Title Word Abbreviations.” When in doubt, write the names in full.
The following formats should be used:
References from JOURNALS:
Smith, J., 1987a. Close range photogrammetry for analyzing distressed trees, Photogrammetria, 42(I):47-56.
References from BOOKS:
Smith, J., 1989. Space Data from Earth Sciences, Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp. 321-332.
References from NON-REFEREED LITERATURE:
Smith, J., 1987b. Economic printing of color orthophotos, Report KRL-01234, Kennedy Research Laboratories,
Smith, J. 1988. Remote sensing to predict volcano outbursts, In: Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sensing. Kyoto-Japan.
Vol.x Part.J, pp. 456-469.
Advances in Space Research (COSPAR)
–Guide for Authors Prepare the following files for the online submission of your manuscript:
File 1 – manuscript text: Title, authors and affiliations (+ name and e-mail of the corresponding author), followed by abstract, 6 key words, text, list of references, appendices, Figure captions
File 2-N Tables in order (can be in one file, may be a compressed file)
File N-M Figures in order (can be in one file, may be a compressed file)
Submitting Highlights is optional but recommended (separate Highlights file) – about 3 short sentences (maximum of 100 characters) with core results of the paper.
You should submit at least three potential reviewers. It is recommended to have names and e-mail addresses of potential reviewers available in a file for “copy and paste” into the EES.
1.2 Word Processor Users
For MSWord, please follow the instructions below.
Prepare your manuscript in the standard format of the word processor system you are using.
Keep the layout simple without any special formatting. Do not center or right justify paragraphs or
Prepare several files for transmission of your manuscript:
File 1 Complete manuscript text in the following order:
Authors and author affiliations (corresponding author name, e-mail and fax on the bottom of page 1)
Key words (separated by semicolons)
Appendices (if any)
Figure captions (if any)
File 2 Tables in order (can be a compressed file)
File 3 Figures in order (can be a compressed file)
File 4 Names and e-mail addresses of 3-6 potential referees.
Submitting Highlights is optional but recommended (separate Highlights file) – about 3 short
sentences (maximum of 100 characters) with core results of the paper.
You should submit at least three potential reviewers. It is recommended to have names and e-mail
addresses of potential reviewers available in a file for “copy and paste” into the EES.
Once these files are in an accessible location on your computer, the manuscript can be submitted.
Journal of Applied Remote Sensing