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It is important that you use the format of this document to ensure that all contributions in the final publication have the same style. So, please write your abstract over this document to keep the same style (Times New Roman, 12 point in the text section, single space). Don’t change the margins, layout, etc. The abstract should be written in English and cannot be longer than 1 page. When start writing your short abstract, it would be convenient to write first a very short introduction, to better orientate the reader to the matter covered/

discussed below. After the introduction, a very brief experimental description may be done. Here you should describe the methodology employed in the experiments performed (if appropriate), range of conditions used, etc. But this must be really short! Afterwards, you should describe/discuss the main results obtained. You can, eventually, include only one figure or one table to better illustrate/discuss your results. In such case, please cite it in the text (Fig. 1 or Table 1), and use appropriate caption (Times New Roman, 11 pt, to better distinguish the caption from the main text). If any mathematical equations are needed to be included, they should be laid out using an equation editor and be numbered consecutively in the text (e.g., Eq. (1)). The main conclusions drawn with the work should be summarized at the end. After finishing writing the abstract, please check if you have deleted all these instructions. Then, please send it to the organizers according to the instructions given in the meeting website, not forgetting to indicate the preference for the presentation, ORAL or POSTER. References:


 The final section (Times New Roman, 11 pt.) is for eventual references cited in the abstract, which should be numbered in the order they appear in the body of the text, and placed between square brackets. For instance, [1], [2-4] or [1,3]. They should be then numbered and listed according to the example formats given below. [1] Smith, N.J. and Jones, M. (1979), A Companion Guide to Good Authorship, Social Work Press, Sydney. [2] Morris, J.S. (1986), The Art of the Review, in Warren, E.G., “Innovations in Editing”, Bromley Press, Sydney, pp. 8-12. [3] Wright, O.R. (1969), Summary of Research on the Selection Interview Since 1964, Personal Psychology, 22 (2), 391-413. [4] Vlacic, L., Mills, D. and Lowe, I. (1996), Integrated Resource Planning: A MulticriteriaBased Decision Model, in Gertler, J.J., and Peshkin, M. (Eds.) Proc. of the 13th World Conference: International Federation of Automatic Control, San Francisco, June 30 – July 5, 1996, pp. 267-272.

Here is where you are supposed to write your abstract title (typically up to 20 words, Arial 14pt Bold) F. Silva 1, M. Pereira2, … and … (please use this style for all author’s names, Times New Roman, 12 pt Bold) Department of …, Faculty of …, University of Porto, Portugal. 2 Use as many lines as required to include all author’s affiliations (Times New Roman, 11pt). 1

It is important that you use the format of this document to ensure that all contributions in the final publication have the same style. So, please write your abstract over this document to keep the same style (Times New Roman, 12 point in the text section, single space). Don’t change the margins, layout, etc. The abstract should be written in English and cannot be longer than 1 page. When start writing your short abstract, it would be convenient to write first a very short introduction, to better orientate the reader to the matter covered/


 discussed below. After the introduction, a very brief experimental description may be done. Here you should describe the methodology employed in the experiments performed (if appropriate), range of conditions used, etc. But this must be really short! Afterwards, you should describe/discuss the main results obtained. You can, eventually, include only one figure or one table to better illustrate/discuss your results. In such case, please cite it in the text (Fig. 1 or Table 1), and use appropriate caption (Times New Roman, 11 pt, to better distinguish the caption from the main text). If any mathematical equations are needed to be included, they should be laid out using an equation editor and be numbered consecutively in the text (e.g., Eq. (1)). The main conclusions drawn with the work should be summarized at the end. After finishing writing the abstract, please check if you have deleted all these instructions. Then, please send it to the organizers according to the instructions given in the meeting website, not forgetting to indicate the preference for the presentation, ORAL or POSTER. References:

The final section (Times New Roman, 11 pt.) is for eventual references cited in the abstract, which should be numbered in the order they appear in the body of the text, and placed between square brackets. For instance, [1], [2-4] or [1,3]. They should be then numbered and listed according to the example formats given below. [1] Smith, N.J. and Jones, M. (1979), A Companion Guide to Good Authorship, Social Work Press, Sydney. [2] Morris, J.S. (1986), The Art of the Review, in Warren, E.G., “Innovations in Editing”, Bromley Press, Sydney, pp. 8-12. [3] Wright, O.R. (1969), Summary of Research on the Selection Interview Since 1964, Personal Psychology, 22 (2), 391-413. [4] Vlacic, L., Mills, D. and Lowe, I. (1996), Integrated Resource Planning: A MulticriteriaBased Decision Model, in Gertler, J.J., and Peshkin, M. (Eds.) Proc. of the 13th World Conference: International Federation of Automatic Control, San Francisco, June 30 – July 5, 1996, pp. 267-272. Here is where you are supposed to write your abstract title (typically up to 20 words, Arial 14pt Bold)


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Department of …, Faculty of …, University of Porto, Portugal. 2 Use as many lines as required to include all author’s affiliations (Times New Roman, 11pt). 1

It is important that you use the format of this document to ensure that all contributions in the final publication have the same style. So, please write your abstract over this document to keep the same style (Times New Roman, 12 point in the text section, single space). Don’t change the margins, layout, etc. The abstract should be written in English and cannot be longer than 1 page. When start writing your short abstract, it would be convenient to write first a very short introduction, to better orientate the reader to the matter covered/ discussed below. After the introduction, a very brief experimental description may be done. Here you should

describe the methodology employed in the experiments performed (if appropriate), range of conditions used, etc. But this must be really short! Afterwards, you should describe/discuss the main results obtained. You can, eventually, include only one figure or one table to better illustrate/discuss your results. In such case, please cite it in the text (Fig. 1 or Table 1), and use appropriate caption (Times New Roman, 11 pt, to better distinguish the caption from the main text). If any mathematical equations are needed to be included, they should be laid out using an equation editor and be numbered consecutively in the text (e.g., Eq. (1)). The main conclusions drawn with the work should be summarized at the end. After finishing writing the abstract, please check if you have deleted all these instructions. Then, please send it to the organizers according to the instructions given in the meeting website, not forgetting to indicate the preference for the presentation, ORAL or POSTER. References: The final section (Times New Roman, 11 pt.) is for eventual references cited in the abstract, which should be numbered in the order they appear in the body of the text, and placed between square





 brackets. For instance, [1], [2-4] or [1,3]. They should be then numbered and listed according to the example formats given below. [1] Smith, N.J. and Jones, M. (1979), A Companion Guide to Good Authorship, Social Work Press, Sydney. [2] Morris, J.S. (1986), The Art of the Review, in Warren, E.G., “Innovations in Editing”, Bromley Press, Sydney, pp. 8-12. [3] Wright, O.R. (1969), Summary of Research on the Selection Interview Since 1964, Personal Psychology, 22 (2), 391-413. [4] Vlacic, L., Mills, D. and Lowe, I. (1996), Integrated Resource Planning: A MulticriteriaBased Decision Model, in Gertler, J.J., and Peshkin, M. (Eds.) Proc. of the 13th World Conference: International Federation of Automatic Control, San Francisco, June 30 – July 5, 1996, pp. 267-272. Here is where you are supposed to write your abstract title (typically up to 20 words, Arial 14pt Bold) F. Silva 1, M. Pereira2, … and … (please use this style for all author’s names, Times New Roman, 12

pt Bold) Department of …, Faculty of …, University of Porto, Portugal. 2 Use as many lines as required to include all author’s affiliations (Times New Roman, 11pt). 1

It is important that you use the format of this document to ensure that all contributions in the final publication have the same style. So, please write your abstract over this document to keep the same style (Times New Roman, 12 point in the text section, single space). Don’t change the margins, layout, etc. The abstract should be written in English and cannot be longer than 1 page. When start writing your short abstract, it would be convenient to write first a very short introduction, to better orientate the reader to the matter covered/ discussed below. After the introduction, a very brief experimental description may be done. Here you should describe the methodology employed in the experiments performed (if appropriate), range of conditions used, etc. But this must be really short!

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