Conditions of Publication
Submission of a manuscript implies that it has not been copyrighted, published, submitted, nor accepted for publication elsewhere. All submitted manuscripts should be as concise as possible.

Peer-Review
All manuscripts are treated as confidential and peer-reviewed by anonymous reviewers selected by Editorial Board. The corresponding author is notified possible of the editor's decision to accept, reject, or request revision of manuscripts. When the final revised manuscript is completely acceptable according to IJAR format and criteria, it is scheduled for publication in the next available issue.

Submission by E-mail
Manuscripts can be submitted by e-mail to the Editor-in-Chief.

Manuscript Preparation
(1) Manuscripts must be written in English and in two column format using font size 9. It is necessary to follow
     rthe instructions of the manuscript template.
(2) Original illustrations should not be sent until requested, but authors should be ready to submit these
     rimmediately upon acceptance for publication.
(3) Authors of an accepted manuscript will be required to provide the text of the final version of their
     rmanuscript on the website.
(4) The preferred format for accepted papers is Word (.doc). The preferred formats for graphics are TIF, GIF,
     rand JPG formats. High-contrast line figures should be prepared with 600 dpi resolution, and color/gray
     rfigures should be prepared with more than 300 dpi resolution. The color figures should be clearly seen
     reven though they are printed back and white printers.

Manuscript Style
(1) First page must contain:
     a) Title of paper, author(s), and affiliation(s);
     b) Abstract (not exceeding 300 words for Regular Papers or 75 words for Technical Notes and
         Correspondence, and without equations, references, or footnotes);
     c) Keywords (at least four key words or phrases);
     d) Complete mailing address and e-mail address;
(2) Provide an introduction that includes a statement of the purpose and contribution of the paper.
(3) References should be citied within the text in numerical order according to their order of appearance.
(4) References should appear at the end of the paper.

Example:
1. Tlusty, J., Smith, S. and Zamudia, C., "Operation Planning Based on Cutting Process Model,"
    rInt. J. Precis. Eng. Manuf., Vol. 39, No. 12, pp. 517-521, 1990.
2. Rousseeuw, P. J. and Leroy, A. M., "Robust Regression and Outlier Detection," John Wiley & Sons,
    rpp. 134-150, 1987.
3. F. M. White, Viscous Fluid Flow, McGraw- Hill, New York, USA, (1974).