We encourage authors to submit their papers to the arXiv ePrint archive http://arXiv.org at Cornell. For first time users, the arXiv provides registration help or quick start help. More general submission help can also be found at the arXiv site. More help can be get on, How to submit papers to arXiv??... click on the below link.
The Web upload is particularly easy to use from a PC, Mac, or UNIX machine. You will receive confirmation e-mail upon every step of the process, if you don't, it means you still have more to do. The ultimate goal is to see the full text of your paper on the arXiv.org server with an ePrint number in the form "arch-ive/yymmnnn."
How do I post my manuscript on arXiv?
A: There are clear instructions at arXiv.org/help or arXiv.org/corr. All material in the article, including figures and bibliography, must be included. You should indicate the name of the journal i.e ACEEE International Journal on Communication (IJCom) or ACEEE International Journal on Information Technology (IJIT) etc. while submitting your manuscripts to arXiv.
The first step is to register on arXiv; link to register - http://arxiv.org/edit-user/
When submitting your paper to the arXiv, be sure to submit your paper to a relevant archive.
Complete archive category information: Computing Research Repository
A: Your submission to the archive must be in one of the following formats (listed in order of preference):
- (La)TeX, AMS(La)TeX, PDFLaTeX
- HTML with JPEG/PNG/GIF images
We encourage authors to submit the PDF versions.
The arXiv ePrint server rejects PDF files over 650k. This problem generally occurs if the paper contains a lot of large figures. You may contact The Science and Information Organization if you face such issue while submission.