Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced. A font size of 12 points (Times New Roman) text is preferred. Manuscripts should be written a clear language. Page numbers should be located on the bottom-center of every page of the manuscript. The title should be centered at the top of page 1 of the manuscript. Capitalize the first letter of all words. The title should be followed by the author(s) name(s), affiliation(s), and address(es) and e-mail.
Structure of manuscripts
A detailed guide to authors is given below. The manuscripts submitted should be in accordance with these guidelines.
It must be concise and informative. Avoid abbreviations and formulae where possible.
Author names and affiliations
First Name, Last Name
Department, College, University, Country.
The abstract should be clear and include an objective description of the contents and the major significant findings of the article. The abstract should be structured (aim/background, methods, results, and conclusion) (150 - 250 words).
At the end of the abstract, list 5 - 7 keywords that best describe the manuscript.
It should reflect a brief background of the research and the purpose of its initiation with some related works.
Materials and Methods
A clear description of relevant literature should be included here. The original reference is required for all.
Results and Discussion
Extensive discussion of proposal work and discussion of results shown here.
The conclusions are important.
Citations should be referenced in the text as "" (IEEE style). Citations are numbered in the order in which they appear in the text. JUB recommend using Mendeley free reference manager. You can visit Getting Started with Mendeley, also in the Arabic Language.
The references should be numbered and appear in the order of appearance in the text.
Examples of reference listing format:
 W. Bhaya and M. Ali, “Review on Malware and Malware Detection Using Data Mining Techniques”, Journal of University of Babylon, vol. 25, no. 5, pp. 1585 - 1601, Nov. 2017.
 M. H. Hussein, H. N. Nawaf, and W. S. Bhaya, “Exploiting the shared neighborhood to improve the quality of social community detection,” in 2017 Annual Conference on New Trends in Information and Communications Technology Applications, NTICT 2017, 2017.
 T. Jordan and P. A. Taylor, Ed., Lasers. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1996.
Dissertation or Thesis
 H. Zhang, "Delay-insensitive networks," M.S. thesis, Univ. of Babylon, Babil, Iraq, 2017.
 M. W. Dixon, "Application of neural networks to solve the routing problem in communication networks," Ph.D. dissertation, Murdoch Univ., Murdoch, WA, Australia, 1999.
[#] A. Author, "Document title," Webpage name, Source/production information, Date of internet publication. [Format]. Available: internet address. [Accessed: Date of access].
 J. Geralds, "Sega Ends Production of Dreamcast," vnunet.com, para. 2, Jan. 31, 2001. [Online]. Available: http://nl1.vnunet.com/news/1116995. [Accessed: Sept. 12, 2004].
 G. Sussman, "Home page - Dr. Gerald Sussman," July 2002. [Online]. Available: http://www.comm.pdx.edu/faculty/Sussman/sussmanpage.htm. [Accessed: Sept. 12, 2004].
 “A ‘layman’s’ explanation of Ultra Narrow Band technology,” Oct. 3, 2003. [Online]. Available: http://www.vmsk.org/Layman.pdf. [Accessed: Dec. 3, 2003].
Should be organized similar to the text, so that the table can be read without turning the page sideways (if possible). Large tables should be avoided. Each table should have a brief and self-explanatory title. Column headings should include the International Standard abbreviations(s) of their respective units of measurement included between parentheses.
One set of galley proofs will be sent to the corresponding author for typographical checking only. It should be returned within three days of receipt. Further changes will not be possible.
Authors will receive a complimentary copy of printed journal upon request.