Author Guidelines

It is suggested by our publishing team that the same article should not be forwarded to multiple journals simultaneously. The submitting author takes responsibility for the submission on behalf of all the authors.

The manuscript should be written in clear, concise and grammatically correct English. Authors can download the TIPCV paper template from the below link. TIPCV only accepts manuscripts in Microsoft Word (2000/2003/2007/2010) formats.

TIPCV Template (.docx)(.doc)

The following manuscript types can be considered for publication.

  • Research Articles
  • Reviews
  • Mini Reviews
  • Case Reports
  • Editorials
  • Letters to the Editor

The manuscript can be presented in the following order.

  • Title Page
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgment
  • Funding Information
  • Conflict of Interest
  • References
  • Authors Biography

Manuscript Preparation

Manuscript length should be 4 to 25 pages based on the quality of contents. TIPCV can exceptionally accept shorter or longer manuscripts. The contents in the section heading should be presented in the following way.

Title-The title should be particular, brief but comprehensive and reflect your paper ideas. Except for abbreviation(s) and acronym(s), only the first letter of the first word in the title/subtitle needs to be capitalized.

List of authors-Include all the author's names with the name of their department, college / university / industry, state, city, and country. Also list the email addresses of all the authors and make a star for the corresponding author.

Abstract-Abstract is the core of the manuscript. It should contain the research background, objective, method and results achieved and to the point not exceeding 300 words. Authors are suggested not include any reference in this section.

Keyword-Four keywords are the minimum requirement, which should be separated by commas to differentiate them.

Introduction-The introduction section should provide the significance of the author's study. It can contain literature background, model and objectives.

Literature-In this section author's should list the publication and summarize with the pros and cons. They can explain the findings by tabular/graphical representation also. Findings can be in a separate section.

Evaluation and analysis Evaluate-the performance and analysis. It should be based on the previous research work comparing with the current one.

Materials and Methods-This section should describe how to validate your work. It should justify the results obtained specifically. Algorithms should be included in this section with proper explanation.

Results-Results should be understandable and real. It contains a series of figures which can be described in detail. The figures should support the declaration by the authors and embellish the new insights. The discussion section can be included in the result section or in a separate section.

Discussion-The author's interpretation and opinion through the results can be included in this section. A comparison between measured and modeled data can be included here.

Conclusions and future work-A conclusion is where you summarize the findings of the manuscript and generalize their importance, relevance and recommends further research gaps.

Acknowledgments-The name of the persons who made some significant contribution in improvement of the authors' paper will be included in the acknowledgement section. The sources of funding can also be included in this section.

Conflicts of interest-All potential conflicts of interest must be stated within the text of the manuscript, under this heading. Please state "The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare" if no conflicts exist.

References-TIPCV uses the sequential numbered citation, and respective ordering should be maintained on the list at the end of the manuscript. It should be arranged in the order of citation in text. The Vancouver system of referencing should be used. Only published and "in press" references should appear in the reference list.

Please be sure to format all references as follows:

The first six authors' names plus ", et al." can be used in case of more than six authors. The title of the reference, only the first letter of the first word in the title of a reference needs to be capitalized except for the letters and words that are originally capitalized.

Journal reference

Author(s). Article title. Journal Title. year; volume (issue): pages.

Ghosh P. A framework of email cleansing and mining with case study on image spamming. International Journal of Advanced Computer Research. 2014; 4(4):961-5.

BaTIPCVta GM, Endo M, Yasuda T, Urata M, Mouri K. Using science museum curator's knowledge to create astronomy educational content. International Journal of Advanced Computer Research. 2015; 5(20):284-97.

Abc P. Remarkable science. XYZ Journal. 1999; 36:234-5.

Conference reference

Author(s). Article title. Conference name year (pp. 1-7). Publisher/Organizer.

Agarwal A, Xie B, Vovsha I, Rambow O, Passonneau R. Sentiment analysis of twitter data. In proceedings of the workshop on languages in social media 2011 (pp. 30-38). Association for Computational Linguistics.

Culotta A. Towards detecting influenza epidemics by analyzing Twitter messages. In proceedings of the first workshop on social media analytics 2010 (pp. 115-22). ACM.

Complete book reference

Author(s). Book title. Publisher; year.

Ukens LL. 101 ways to improve customer service: training, tools, tips, and techniques. John Wiley & Sons; 2007.

Chapters in book reference

Author(s). Book title. Publisher; year. page number.

Ukens LL. 101 ways to improve customer service: training, tools, tips, and techniques. John Wiley & Sons; 2007. p. 251-306

Website reference

Author(s). Web article title. Website title. Publisher of website. Accessed DD Month YYYY.

Travel and Transportation. university-transportation/routes-and-schedules.html. Accessed 26 October 2015.

Abc P. Travel and Transportation. university-transportation/routes-and-schedules.html. Accessed 26 October 2015.


An Appendix contains information that is not essential to understand the paper, but may be proved useful for further clarification.

Authors Biography

All authors should include biographies with photos at the end of papers. The first paragraph may contain a place and date of birth. Next, the author's educational background is to be listed. They have also penned down their professional membership, current position in the professional job, publications and achievements, etc.

Figures and Tables

Except for abbreviation(s) and acronym(s), only the first letter of the first word in the figures and tables caption needs to be capitalized. Figures and tables must be numbered separately. The caption for a figure appears below the figure; for a table, above. Do not be afraid to use lengthy figure and table captions better that than confusing or incomplete ones.

If your figure or table is essentially the same as or based on another author, but you recreated or adapted it, in this case provide proper citation of the source. The most logical place for the citation to appear is at the end of the caption.

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