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AUTHORS’ INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PREPARATION OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 6TH SYMPOSIUM ON RESILIENCE ENGINEERING
Author 1 and Author 2
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Institute, Address, Country
1
2
E-mail address
Institute, Address, Country
2
E-mail address
hyperlink
Abstract
The abstract should summarize the contents of the paper and should contain between 150 and 200 words. It
should be set in 10-point font size. There should be two blank (10-point) lines before and after the abstract.
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INTRODUCTION
The preparation of manuscripts which are to be reproduced by photo-offset requires special care. Papers
submitted in a technically unsuitable form will be returned for retyping, or cancelled if the volume cannot
otherwise be finished on time. Papers should be submitted in Word format and not in pdf-format!
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MANUSCRIPT PREPARATION
We would like to stress that the class/style files and the template should not be manipulated and that the
guidelines regarding font sizes and format should be adhered to. This is to ensure that the end product is as
homogeneous as possible.
For practical reasons there is a strict page limitation for the papers. The limit is six pages, and papers exceeding
that will not be included in the proceedings.
2.1
Printing Area
The printing area is 242 mm × 160 mm. The text should be justified to occupy the full line width, so that the
right margin is not ragged, with words hyphenated as appropriate. Text is in single-column format.
2.2
Layout, Typeface, Font Sizes, and Numbering
Use 10-point type for the name(s) of the author(s) and for the address(es) and the abstract. For the main text,
please use 10-point Calibri type and single-line spacing. Italic type may be used to emphasize words in running
text. Bold type and underlining should be avoided.
Headings
Headings should be capitalized (i.e., nouns, verbs, and all other words except articles, prepositions, and
conjunctions should be set with an initial capital) and should, with the exception of the title, be aligned to the
left. Words joined by a hyphen are subject to a special rule. If the first word can stand alone, the second word
should be capitalized. The font sizes are given in Table 1.
Lemmas, Propositions, and Theorems
The numbers accorded to lemmas, propositions, and theorems etc. should appear in consecutive order,
starting with the number 1, and not, for example, with the number 11.
2.3
Figures and Photographs
Please produce your figures electronically, if possible, and integrate them into your text file, use JPEG format.
A copy file of each figure needs to be send additionally in JPEG or compatible format with reference in the file
name to the author and figure number in the paper.
Check that in line drawings, lines are not interrupted and have constant width. Grids and details within the
figures must be clearly readable and may not be written one on top of the other. Line drawings should have a
resolution of at least 800 dpi (preferably 1200 dpi). For digital halftones 300 dpi is usually sufficient. The
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lettering in figures should have a height of 2 mm (10-point type). Figures should be scaled up or down
accordingly.
Centre picture and tables between the margins
Table 1. Font sizes of headings. Table captions should always be positioned above the tables. The final sentence
of a table caption should end without a period
Heading level
Example
Title (centered)
Font size and style
LECTURE NOTES
12 POINT, CAPITALS, BOLD
1st-level heading
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INTRODUCTION
2nd-level heading
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Printing Area
3rd-level heading
10 Point, Bold
Headings
10 point, Bold
Text follows …
Abstract and Acknowledgements Abstract and Acknowledgements
References
12 POINT, CAPITALS BOLD
10 Point, Bold
12 POINT, CAPITALS, BOLD
REFERENCES
Tables and Figures
Figures should be numbered and should have a caption which should always be positioned under the figures
and in italics, in contrast to the caption belonging to a table, which should always appear above the table. The
final sentence of a caption, be it for a table or a figure, should end without a period. Please centre the captions
between the margins and set them in 10-point type (Figure 1 shows an example). The distance between text
and figure should be about 8 mm, the distance between figure and caption about 5 mm.
Figure 1. One kernel at xs (dotted kernel) or two kernels at xi and xj (left and right) lead to the same summed
estimate at xs. This shows a figure consisting of different types of lines. Elements of the figure described in the
caption should be set in italics, in parentheses, as shown in this sample caption. The last sentence of a figure
caption should generally end without a period
2.4
Citations
The list of references is headed “REFERENCES” and is not assigned a number in the decimal system of
headings. The list should be set in the normal font and placed at the end of your contribution, in front of the
appendix, if one exists. Please do not insert a page break before the list of references if the page is not
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completely filled. An example is given at the end of this information sheet. For citations in the text please use
[Author_name(s), (year), page(s)]. The source shall be put in italics. Please delete any hyperlink to references
database!
2.5
Listings
Listing with numbers:
1.
Listing in numbers with an inset of the text at 12mm from left margin
2.
Listing nr 2.
Listing with dots:
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Dots with an inset of the text at 12mm from left margin.
Page Numbering and Running Heads
Enter centred page number in footer. Do not set running heads.
2.7
Printing Quality
For reproduction we need sheets which are printable on one side only. Please use a high-resolution printer,
preferably a laser printer with at least 300 dpi. The text should be centred on the pages (i.e., equal margins left
and right and top and bottom). The format of the paper must be A4.
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Document File Format and Filename
The paper needs to be send in format Microsoft Word 2007, preferably higher to the symposium e-mail box:
[email protected]
The filename shall be set up according to: Author 1st & Author 2nd et al (REA 2015) Title version date last
version.doc. The first author is assumed being the communicating author unless otherwise indicated.
Acknowledgements
The work reported in this paper is based on a grant from REA.
REFERENCES
Adamski, A. & Westrum, R. (2003). Requisite imagination. The fine art of anticipating what might go wrong. In
E. Hollnagel (Ed.), Handbook of cognitive task design (pp. 193-220). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
Associates.
Amalberti, R. (2001). The paradoxes of almost totally safe transportation systems. Safety Science, 37, 109-126.
Benner, L. J. (1978). Five accident theories and their implications for research. Joint International Meeting of
the American Association for Automotive Medicine and the International Association for Accident and
Traffic Medicine, July 10, 1978, Ann Arbor, MI: http://www.iprr.org/THEORY/AnnArbor78.htm.
Cabbage, M. & Harwood, W. (2004). Comm check: The final flight of shuttle Columbia. New York: Free Press.
Cook, R. I., Woods, D. D. & Miller, C. (1998). A tale of two stories: Contrasting views on patient safety. Chicago,
IL: National Patient Safety Foundation.
Deighton, L. (1996). Fighter: The true story of the Battle of Britain. London, UK: Pimlico
Global Aviation Information Network (2003). Role of Analytical Tools in Airline Flight Safety Management GAIN
WG B in June 2003. www.gainweb.org, accessed on 01-04-05.
NOTE: By sending in an abstract and/or a paper the author grants the copyrights to the Resilience Engineering Association and agrees
upon publishing the abstract and/or paper by the Resilience Engineering Association by any means e.g. pre and post symposium
proceedings and the REA-websites.
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