PHMAP19 accepts short papers (minimum 2pages, maximum 4pages) or full papers. Accepted
papers will be presented as oral or poster presentation.
Short Papers should briefly describe theoretical or experimental
findings within 2 pages, but not be over 4 pages. Short papers shall include summarized
experimental procedures and results, along with clear illustration of research novelty.
It should also follow standard practices for scientific papers in particular, including
the following: a) brief abstract, b) introduction section, c) short review of related
work or work this paper build upon, d) conclusion discussing the contributions and
weakness of the approach, e) list of references.
Full Papers should describe new and carefully confirmed
findings, and experimental procedures or results should be given in detail sufficient.
A full paper should be long enough to describe and interpret the work clearly, placing
it in the context of other research. It should also follow standard practices for
scientific papers in particular, including the following: a) brief abstract, b)
introduction section, c) short review of related work or work this paper build upon,
d) conclusion discussing the contributions and weakness of the approach, e) list
Short or full papers should strictly follow the official template below and be in
accordance with the abstract you submitted. Both Microsoft Word and PDF files of
the papers are requested to submit. The template document includes detailed instructions
on different aspect, line numbering of figure, format of citation and listing of
references and other related to equations. .
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are available to the global PHM community via the internet for free and without
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