The following links explains the "Guide for Authors" for the "Computers & Security" journal:


However, I cannot find a latex template for this journal. Does it mean that I can write the paper in any template format ?

Here is an example of a paper that is published in Computers & Security" journal. However, I need a latex template:

Example Paper in PDF

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Following the various links of the Guide for Authors one arrives at the LaTeX Instructions page of Elsevier, which recommends the usage of the class elsarticle.

  • Thank you, so this template should be acceptable ? link – Questioner Jul 15 '18 at 14:24

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