All full papers submitted will be subjected to a review process through an international review panel. Comments of the reviewers will be directed to the authors four weeks prior to the Camera Ready Paper Submission deadline so that they can be accommodated in the camera ready papers. SCAWC Flyer can be downloaded from » Click Here
All papers submitted to the SCAWC 2017 must have minimum of 3 pages with following details described precisely.
Related Work or Literature Studies
Results and Sensitivity Analysis
Comparison of Results
Justification of the Results
Future work (if any)
Acknowledgement (if any)
» A very brief announcement of the research work in few words without any details. The title should enable a reader either to skip as a non interested topic or to lead further to the abstract as a possible subject of interest.
»The abstract is a place where a reader decides for final as to whether the paper is a subject of his interest or not. It is not just whatever you write and then you identify it by the keyword abstract to satisfy the paper norm.
»The abstract has the following properties:
» More explanation of the title, typically 55 words or less
» Should reflect the hypothesis
» Should reflect the problem, solution and the innovation related to the previous work and also the comparison of result with the most recent related work
» Mentions the key terms used in the paper
» The purpose of the Introduction is to prepare the reader to understand the rest of the paper. It places the work in a theoretical context, and enables the reader to understand and appreciate your objectives.
» Describe the importance (significance) of the study - why was this worth doing in the first place? Provide a broad context.
» Defend the model - why did you use this particular system? What are its advantages? The practical reasons for using it.
» Describe the experimental design and how it accomplished the stated objectives.
» Compares narrow but deeply between the systems and its main rivals at their critical points of difference
» Belongs “logically” to the evaluation since it establishes the originality of the contribution
» Should be explained with the mathematical equation, block diagraram, experimentation, flow chart etc.
» Summarize the findings in text and illustrate them, if appropriate, with figures and tables.
» In text, describe each of the results, pointing the reader to observations that are most relevant.
» Describe results of control experiments and include observations that are not presented in a formal figure or table, if appropriate.
» Experiment with different states of results
» Compare with the related works and represent it through the graphical or tabular method.
» Justifing the results
» Summarizes the research and discusses its significance
» Suggest future directions, such as how the experiment might be modified to accomplish another objective.
» Acknowledgements enable you to thank all those who have helped in carrying out the research.
» Cite all sources used
NOTE: The paper submitted in the form of an extended abstract is not sufficient, and it will not be considered to the review process.
Prospective authors are invited to submit full (original) research papers (which are NOT submitted/published/under consideration anywhere in other conferences/journals) in electronic (Doc or Docx format only) through the CMT Conference Management System or via email firstname.lastname@example.org