Camera-ready version instructions

Posted by ieaaie2017 on Tue, Feb 28, 2017

Camera Ready Version Instructions

Final version deadline

The submission deadline for camera ready versions and copyright forms is March 15th 2017. The proceedings will be published by Springer, in the LNAI series (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence). For each paper, at least one author has to be registered for attending the conference by the camera ready deadline. Without a valid registration at the conference by the deadline, your paper will not be published. Papers that arrive after the deadline may not appear on the conference proceedings, and may not be placed in Springerlink.

Instructions and policies

Page limit: When preparing your camera-ready paper, please keep in mind the following page limits:

  • Full papers: 10 pages;
  • Short papers: 6 pages;
  • Posters: 2 pages.

If necessary, up to two extra pages should be purchased 150 euros. Camera-ready versions of accepted papers

What and how to submit ?

The following files have to be submitted through EasyChair through the menu Submissions/add files. You’ll be capable of adding the following three files:

  • A Springer copyright form, signed in ink by the corresponding author on behalf of all of the other authors of the paper. Please download and fill, sign and scan in PDF this copyright form where the conference name and the names of the volume editors are already entered. Please note that the third check box on the copyright form does not refer to employees within the EU but rather employees of the EU. Equally, the box for US Government employees should only be ticked by US Government employees.
  • A final PDF corresponding exactly to the final sources.
  • The source files for your submission:
    • LaTeX users: A ZIP file including everything that is needed to recompile your paper, including: the .tex source file. Make sure that your .tex file does not contain any absolute paths; any non-standard style files and special fonts you may have used; images. Note that all figures are printed in black and white; the .bib file with bibliographic records.
    • MS Word users : A ZIP file with Word or rtf files.

The corresponding author will be contacted by Springer to check the final PDF. In order for Springer to smooth out any formatting or capitalization discrepancies and to insert running heads, page numbers and a reference line at the bottom of the first page of every paper… Springer will enter into the source files and edit them. Once data processing has been finished, the publisher will contact the corresponding authors and ask them to check their papers.