For the manuscript template and copyright transfer form on submitting to Chaos theory and applications (the abbreviation is CHTA), please see the Templates.
The journal publishes previously unpublished manuscripts that will have a high impact in the field of chaos theory and applications in applied sciences and engineering. It targets not only certain field specialists, but the wider public also. Papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word (*.doc, *.docx) or pdf format. Copyright Transfer Form has to accompany each submission.
Place the author's name, affiliation and full address under the title. The affiliation and full addresses of each co-author must be specified in the case of multiple authorship of a submitted article. If more than one writer is present, please indicate clearly with an asterisk(*) who will handle the correspondence at all levels of refereeing and publishing, including post-publishing. Any alteration in the author names listed in the original manuscript, including additions, deletions, and/or changes in appearance order, requires proof of consent from all co-authors. When paper is approved, it is forbidden to further switch co-authors.
Authors should state whether or not they have a financial relationship with the sponsoring entity. This note should be added to the reference list in an unnumbered separate section. If no conflict exists, authors should state: The authors declare that they have no conflicts of interest.
The originality of the manuscript submitted is the responsibility of the publisher. Submission, plagiarism, and self-plagiarism must be avoided by writers. Manuscript submission in the CrossCheck server (http:/www.ithenticate.com/) will be checked for plagiarism. iThenticate is a system that tests the originality of the submitted material and helps detect plagiarism. Authors can also use iThenticate to display their own credentials prior to submission.
Authors wishing to include statistics, tables or text passages that have already been published elsewhere are required to obtain permission from the copyright owner(s) for both the print and online formats and to include proof that such permission was granted when submitting their articles. Any material received without such evidence will be assumed to originate from the authors.
The document should be written using the Latex template that can be downloaded from the Templates. Use the styles specified in this document to edit all text.
Illustrations should be numbered in Arabic numerals consecutively, whereas tables in Roman numerals should be numbered in the order listed in the text; they can be grouped in one or two rows. A caption placed at the top must be added to the tables. Figures must be followed by an accompanying caption. Links to text tables are not abbreviated, e.g. "in Table I." If your figure has two or more parts, include the "(a)" and "(b)" labels after each part as separate text, etc. Figure axis labels are often a source of confusion. Use words rather than symbols. Figure labels, roughly 8 to 11-point size, should be legible. Make sure the artwork includes the axis labels and other items. It is necessary to mention all figures and tables in the document.
Image quality is very critical for the replication of your graphics. While graphics can be accepted in many formats, if they are of poor quality, we won't be able to upgrade your graphics. Figures with 600 dpi resolution should be prepared and saved without compression, with file names in the form of "fig3.tif." Aspect ratio should be left untouched. If a graphic is to appear in print or on-line in colour, it should be submitted as RGB colour. Please note that the journal publishes colour figures in on-line version and black and white figures in print. All figures without color should be understandable. The compressed graphic files must be downloaded to the web-site as an external folder(*.zip,*.rar).
Using "Microsoft Equation 3.0" or "MathType" editor, the formulas should be prepared and appear as a separate entity in a file. Equations of Arabic numerals should be counted consecutively and quoted (1) in the text. Consecutive numbers with the right margin should be labelled in flush parentheses as in (1). All symbols in equation must be defined before the equation appears or immediately following.
Avoid abbreviations or abstract acronyms unless they are commonly understood and used in the abstract multiple times. If the article uses an abbreviation or acronym, it must be spelled out (defined) in the abstract, and then spelled out the first time it is used in the paper's main text.
Number the citations consecutively, in square brackets . The sentence punctuation follows the brackets . Multiple references ,  are each numbered with separate brackets –. When citing a section in a book, please give the relevant page numbers . For every reference try to find out (this is not mandatory and not always possible) a permanent on-line link and include it at the end of the respective reference.
Discussion may present insights and interpretation of the research results. It is needed to be told what the results mean. Conclusions that state your paper's most important result, not repeat the abstract as the conclusion. Conclusions may expand on the paper's relevance or propose implementations and extensions at a lower abstraction level than the discussion.
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