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1. Submissions 
Researchers and practitioners are encouraged to submit original, unpublished contributions. The publisher will not be held legal responsibility should there be any claims for compensation. 

The papers should be informative, novel, well organized and coherent, fitting for the scope and focus of CAM. In addition, the papers should reflect the latest trends and achievements in the subject area.

Authors can submit their manuscripts online at:

Submissions should be in WORD or PDF format. If there be any assistance to the authors, please inform the ANR Editorial Office by email: .

2. Manuscript Layout 
Manuscripts should be typewritten in English and more than 6 pages. The front page should contain the article title, author’s name and affiliation, email address, abstract and keywords. Authors are suggested to use the WORD template (click here to download the template) to prepare the manuscript. 
Articles should, in general, begin with an introduction which adequately covers the literature and scope of the paper. Each section in the paper should be numbered. Each article should have, in general, a conclusion or discussion section. Any appendices should follow the Reference section.

(1) Title

The title should be refined and distinct, less than 20 words. Abbreviations should be avoided; subtitle can be added as needed.

(2) Keywords

The keywords should be at least 3 and no more than 8 phrases, reflecting the feature of paper and being in favor of literature retrieval. The keywords should be separated by semicolon.

(3) Abstract

The abstract should be from 150 to 450 words, reflecting the main information of the paper. The key points include: purpose of research, methods, results and conclusions, and innovation.

(4) Body

Each section should be titled and numbered in sequence (except for the Acknowledgement). Formulas should be numbered continuously and concisely.

(5) Figures and Tables

Figures and tables should be considered as parts of the body, located in the corresponding place and be numbered in sequence. Coordinate graphs should include headings which consist of nomenclatures, corresponding symbol and unit. Photographs should be clear enough. Ensure that the size of figures and photographs are in proportion.

Figures and Tables should be placed as part of the text and should be numbered.

(6) Acknowledgement

If the paper is supported by some institutes or organizations, please list all the supporters in this part.

(7) References

References should be identified in the text by Arabic numerals and numbered in the order cited. Only public publications should be listed, which allows editors and readers to consult. There should be at least 8 references with at least 1 published in the last 3 years.

References should be listed at the end of the main text. The list of references should be in alphabetical order of first-cited names. The normal form of listed references is authors' initials, surname; article title; journal name; volume number; issue number; page numbers; year.

3. Copyright 
For successful publication in CAM, the authors should understand the terms about our publishing. Please carefully read the terms below and understand that submission of the FINAL version of your paper to the journal means that you and all co-authors of this paper agree to the terms of license. ALL OF AUTHORS agree to transfer the copyright to CAM, this will ensure the widest possible protection and dissemination of information under copyright laws.

Publishing your paper in CAM means that you grant us the exclusive right to reproduce and/or distribute your article as a whole (including abstract and references) throughout the world in electronic, printed or any other medium. You agree that we may, at any time, publish your article, and sell or distribute it on its own, or with other related material. It is forbidden to allow a third party to use your papers in any form, including abstract and references, without our written permission.

The paper that authors submit to CAM must be an original work, never published earlier in any medium and not currently under consideration for publication. Authors must guarantee to the best of your knowledge that your paper does not contain anything that may be considered illegal, libelous or infringes other organization/publisher/party's copyright. Authors must also guarantee that authors have the unrestricted permission of the owner of any copyrighted material that you use in the paper. These guarantees should be clearly acknowledged in the text. After the paper has been submitted and accepted for publication, the author may use the paper just as any other academic material.

We guarantee to respect all the rights of the authors. We will make sure that the authors’ names are clearly and promptly associated with the published work. Apart from some necessary editorial changes that are required for publication following our official standard, we will not make any substantial alterations to the papers without discussing it with the author.


4. Peer Review Process 
Edinwilsen Press places great emphasis on the quality of all published papers. Therefore, a full double-blind refereeing process is used in which: 
♦ papers are sent to 2-3 experts for their peer review; 
♦ the reviewers' recommendations determine whether a paper will be accepted/ accepted subject to change/ subject to resubmission with significant changes/ rejected; 
♦ for papers which are required for modification, the same reviewers will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable.

All manuscripts must be prepared in English, and are subject to a rigorous and fair peer-review process. Accepted papers will be published online and followed by printed hard copy. 
Please follow all the usual instructions to authors as detailed above. It is very important to follow the correct referencing system.