Manuscript. TEX and LATEX are preferable, standard Microsoft Word format (.doc) is acceptable.
The author's JTIT LATEX style file (zip format), see: there is no the Word template.
Papers published should contain up to 10 printed pages in LATEX author's style (Word processor one printed page corresponds approximately to 6000 characters).
The manuscript should include an abstract about 150-200 words long and the relevant keywords. The abstract should contain statement of the problem, assumptions and methodology, results and conclusion or discussion on the importance of the results. Abstracts must not include mathematical expressions or bibliographic references.
Keywords should not repeat the title of the manuscript. About four keywords or phrases in alphabetical order should be used, separated by commas.
Figures, tables and photographs. Original figures should be submitted. Drawings in Corel Draw and PostScript formats are preferred. Figure captions should be placed below the figures and can not be included as a part of the figure. Each figure should be submitted as a separated graphic file, in .cdr, .eps, .ps, .png or .tif format. Tables and figures should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals.
Each photograph with minimum 300 dpi resolution should be delivered in electronic formats (TIFF, JPG or PNG) as a separated file.
References. All references should be marked in the text by Arabic numerals in square brackets and listed at the end of the paper in order of their appearance in the text, including exclusively publications cited inside. Samples of correct formats for various types of references are presented below:
 Y. Namihira, "Relationship between nonlinear effective area and mode field diameter for dispersion shifted fibres", Electron. Lett., vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 262.264, 1994.
 C. Kittel, Introduction to Solid State Physics. New York: Wiley, 1986.
 S. Demri and E. Orłowska, "Informational representability: Abstract models versus concrete models", in Fuzzy Sets, Logics and Knowledge-Based Reasoning, D. Dubois and H. Prade, Eds. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1999, pp. 301.314.
Biographies and photographs of authors. A brief professional author's biography of up to 200 words and a photo of each author should be included with the manuscript.
Galley proofs. Authors should return proofs as a list of corrections as soon as possible. In other cases, the article will be proof-read against manuscript by the editor and printed without the author's corrections. Remarks to the errata should be provided within one week after receiving the offprint.
Copyright. Manuscript submitted to JTIT should not be published or simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript, the author(s) agree to automatically transfer the copyright for their article to the publisher, if and when the article is accepted for publication. The copyright comprises the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article, including reprints and all translation rights. No part of the present JTIT should not be reproduced in any form nor transmitted or translated into a machine language without prior written consent of the publisher.
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A copy of the JTIT is provided to each author of paper published.
Fee: there is no publication fee.
Improvement of language quality; Assigning DOIs; Subscription to the plagiarism detection system – tasks financed under 556/P-DUN/2017 agreement from the budget of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education under the science dissemination fund.