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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • Formulas are centered, their numbers are located on the right edge

Author Guidelines

Submissions to Advanced technologies and Computer Science are made using Open Journal System, the online submission and peer review system. Registration and access is available at

Please note that the submission of material is carried out exclusively through the journal's website. Materials sent to the mail of the journal or editorial office will not be published.

Registering on Open Journal System

If you have not yet registered on Open Journal System, please download the instruction here (OJS 3.0).

Authors in obligatory order should indicate in the cover letter in the Open Journal System that the article / manuscript was not published anywhere, and that the article does not contain borrowed fragments of text from other works without references to them.


Please prepare your manuscript before submission, using the following guidelines.

The manuscript must be in English.


Electronic file (.DOC, .DOCX or .RTF) only by uploading it through the journal's website.

Font: Times New Roman, 12.

Other sizes:

  • abstract, key words, references: 11
  • text inside tables: 11.

Text: align by width, single spacing, 0.8 cm first line indent.

Page margins:

  • upper and bottom: 2 cm;
  • left and right: 2 cm.

Article Length

The volume of the article (not including the title, information about authors, annotation, keywords, references) should be from 1 500 to 7 000 words.


The UDC number can be selected using the online classifier.

Alignment: left

Font: Times New Roman, 12, bold.


MRNTI number can be selected using the classifier

Alignment: left

Font: Times New Roman, 12, bold.

Article Title 

Optimal length: 5-7 words.

Maximal length: 10-12 words.

Present in three languages: Russian, English, Kazakh.

Font: Times New Roman, bold, sentence case.

Text: align center.

Author details


  • Initials, surname,
  • place of work (affiliation), city, country,
  • ORCHID, email

Font: sentence case

Present in three languages: Russian, English, Kazakh.

Text: align center.


Size: not less than 150 words

Present in three languages: Russian, English, Kazakh.

The structure includes:

  • Opening remarks about the research topic.
  • Purpose, main directions and ideas of scientific research.
  • Brief description of the scientific and practical significance of the work.
  • Brief description of the research methodology.
  • Main results and analysis, conclusions of research work.
  • The value of the research carried out (contribution of this work to the relevant field of knowledge).
  • The practical significance of the results of the work.


May be:

  • Keywords
  • Keyword combinations

Amount: 3-5 words

Present in three languages: Russian, English, Kazakh.

Figures, tables

Should be informative, non duplicate with your text and have links in the text.

Example: Figure 1 - Picture name

The number of figures and tables:

  • optimal: not exceed 20% of the total volume of the article;
  • maximal: up to 30% of the total volume of the article.


They are located in the center, the number is on the right.


Consists of the main elements:

  • justification of the choice of topic;
  • the urgency of the topic or problem;
  • the definition of an object, a subject, goals, tasks, methods, approaches, hypotheses and the meaning of your work.


  • In substantiating the choice of the topic based on the description of the experience of predecessors, there is a report on the existence of a problem situation (the absence of any studies, the appearance of a new methods, etc.).
  • The relevance of the topic is determined by the general interest in the study of this object, but by the absence of exhaustive answers to existing questions, it is proved by the theoretical or practical significance of the topic.
  • The purpose of the study is related to the proof of the thesis, that is, the presentation of the subject of research in the author's chosen aspect.

Material and Methods

This section should consist of a

  • description of the materials and progress of work,
  • complete description of the methods used.

The characteristic or description of the research material includes its presentation in qualitative and quantitative terms. The characteristic of the material is one of the factors determining the reliability of the conclusions and methods of investigation.

This section describes how the problem was studied:

  • detailed information without repeating previously published established procedures;
  • the identification of equipment (software) and the description of materials are used, with the obligatory introduction of novelty when using materials and methods.

The scientific methodology should include:

  • research question(s);
  • put forward hypothesis (thesis);
  • stages of the study;
  • research methods;
  • results of the study.

Literature review


  • the fundamental and new works on the topic of foreign authors in English,
  • the analysis of the given works in terms of their scientific contribution,
  • the research gaps that you complete in his article.

Results and analysis

Include: an analysis and discussion of the results of your research is provided.

Brief: It is necessary to analyze the results of your work and discuss relevant results in comparison with previous works, analyzes and conclusions.



  • summarizing the work at this stage;
  • confirmation of the truth of the assertion made by the author,
  • the author's conclusion about the change in scientific knowledge, taking into account the results obtained.


  • the conclusions should not be abstract;
  • you must summarize the results of research in a particular scientific field, with a description of proposals or opportunities for further work.

Your conclusion should answer the following questions:

  • What are the aims and methods of the study?
  • What are the results?
  • What are the conclusions?
  • What are the prospects and opportunities for implementing, applying the development?


Size: not less than 5 titles,

% of English titles: not less than 50.

Russian-language sources must be transliterated with a mark (In Russian). See the website for examples.

For the list of sources, use the endnotes style (references to literature in the text in square brackets indicating the source number, the source itself after the text of the article in a numbered list).

Sources should be arranged in the order in which they appear in the text.

The style of sources in English is as follows (used Chicago Style,

  • Books (Single Author):Author’s last name, First name. City: Publisher, Year.
  • Books (Multiple Authors):Last name, First name, and First name Last name. Title. City: Publisher, Year.
  • Books (Edited Volume or Chapter Within an Edited Volume):Editor’s Last name, First name, ed. City: Publisher, Year.
  • or
  • Books (Edited Volume or Chapter Within an Edited Volume):Author’s Last name, First name. “Chapter Title.” In Book Title, edited by Editor’s Name, page numbers of chapter. City: Publisher, Year.
  • Books (Multiple Editions):Last name, First name. Number ed. City: Publisher, Year.
  • Journal Articles:Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Journal Title Volume, Issue no. (Year): page range.
  • Web Sources:Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Web Site Title. Sponsor, Original publication Month Day, Year. URL. (accessed Month Day, Year).
  • or
  • Web Sources:Last name, First name. Web Site Title. URL. (accessed Month Day, Year).
  • Newspaper Articles: Last name, First name. “Article Title.” Newspaper Title,Month Day, Year, section.

Applied mathematics, computer science and control theory

This section includes papers on modern problems in the applied mathematics, computer science and control theory

Information and telecommunication technologies

Section "Information and telecommunication technologies" includes the following topics:

  • Data transmission systems and networks.
  • Internet technologies.
  • Cloud technologies.
  • Parallel computing.
  • Distributed computing.
  • Supercomputer and cluster systems.
  • Big data processing (Big-data).
  • Geographic Information Systems and Technologies.

Artificial intelligence technologies

In the section "Artificial intelligence technologies" in addition to technology, there are works on topics:

  • Intelligent Management Systems.
  • Speech technology and computer linguistics.
  • Pattern Recognition and Image Processing.
  • Bioinformatics and biometric systems.
  • Human-machine interaction.
  • Machine learning.
  • Intelligent Robotic Systems.

Information Security and Data Protection

The section "Information Security and Data Protection" covers topics:

  • Software and hardware information protection.
  • Mathematical methods for ensuring information security of complex systems.

Modeling and optimization of complex systems and business processes

The section "Modeling and optimization of complex systems and business processes" may include:

  • Computational mathematics, numerical analysis and programming, mathematical logic.
  • Theory of Statistics.
  • Statistical Methods.

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