INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Presentation of the contribution
Entries are required in electronic format docx using a unified font Times New Roman. Numbered notes are given after the text, not in a footnote.
Graphs, tables and illustrations are attached separately, with a clearly marked file and at the same time it is also required to keep them in the text at a defined place including its notation. All charts and images are to be supplied in vector format such as EMF, CDR, AI, WMF, SVG, etc., or in the form of a raster format JPEG, TIFF, PNG etc. In order to keep readability should the dimensions be changed, all images to be processed within a sufficient resolution.
If a third-party image is used, cite its source. The author is responsible for the content and accuracy of the text in the language in which it is presented, including the spelling. No linguistic corrections to any received contributions will be made.
Identification of an author
With the submitted contribution each author or co-author attaches unstructured professional biography for publication in a continuous text of the range 900 - 1 200 characters including spaces in English language; Czech and Slovak authors also in their mother tongue.
Composition of a brief professional biography:
name and surname including academicals titles
year of birth
name of a represented institution
current position in the institution and job description
education, schools, and a year of graduation
other important information concerning the author, connected to his contribution, such as publications, grants, membership in professional bodies
Standards of bibliographic citations
Citing sources in paper or electronic form shall adhere to the norm ISO 690 Information and documentation - Rules for Bibliographic References and Citations of Information Sources. To quote prevalent printed and electronic publications or their parts it is recommended to use automatic citation generator www.citace.com. The editors make a decision concerning optional and non-binding elements of cited sources in terms of the above standards.
Contributions whose quotes do not adhere to the pertinent standards will be returned to their authors for appropriate revision.