Universidade Federal de Lavras
INFOCOMP Journal of Computer Science
Publication guidelines (updated in August of 2011)
1. INFOCOMP publishes original scientific and technological papers in English. The papers should be related to Computer Science.
4. The first page should contain title, authors (only in the final version), abstract and keywords. Afterwards, it should contain the following text centralized: “(Received January 1st, 2005 / Accepted December 31st, 2005)” for posterior edition with the correct dates. These informations should not exceed one page and should be in one column. The title should be in font size 14.
5. The authors’ names (only in the final and accepted version) should be sided horizontally, identified by a superscripted number. The affiliation and the electronic address of each author should be written right below the names.
6. The text of the paper should be formatted in two columns, separated by 0.5cm, with numerated sections and subsections. Examples are: 1. Introduction, 1.1. terminology. Figures and tables may occupy the page width, if necessary. The figure and table titles should be numerated and centralized below them.
7. The references should be numerated and listed in alphabetical order. Ex:  Hougardy, S. Even pairs and the strong perfect graph conjecture, Discrete Math. .154, p.277-288, 1996. Citations should be made based on the number of the reference. “In , it was proved that...” is an example of citation.
8. Footnotes may be accepted, when strongly necessary, for explanations that cannot be included in the text, such as: (a) name of the research institution; (b) support organizations and other financial supports; (c) reference to the publication as part of M.Sc. or PhD thesis; (d) personal communication.
9. The authors give the right of publishing and formatting the articles upon submission.
10. Non compliance with these rules will result in the non acceptance of the paper.
11. Publications in the INFOCOMP are free of charge.
12. Among the papers submitted in 2010, 46 papers were rejected (~72%) and 18 were published (~28%); related to the 81 papers submitted in 2011, 16 were published (~20%).
13. Currently, reviews are given in, approximately, four months; e-mails about this subject may not be answered before this period.