Before you submit your final version of your paper, please
go through this checklist. The violation of these points have
delayed and increased the amount of work involved in the production
of the proceedings. Hence we ask for your cooperation
to make sure that these hints are followed.
Fonts and Margins
Please check carefully that your fonts and margins
conform to the
Your paper will be returned if it does not conform to these
guidelines or includes unreadable font.
A list of relevant keywords should be included at the
conclusion of the paper's abstract. Additionally, descriptors
from the ACM Computing
Classification System should be used.
A 0.5 inch (1.27 cm) space must be left at the bottom of
the left column on the first page of the paper for the
copyright information added during the printing process.
Please use 8.5 X 11 paper size (letter).
Unless absolutely necessary, please use 8.5 X 11 paper
size. If you must use A4 page size for your documents, please
use the top/left/right margins guidelines and make sure your
columns are no longer than 9.25 inches (23.49 cm).
Length of the document
Please make sure that the length of the document does not
exceed the page limit set on your conference's preparation guidelines page. If you exceed this
number we will have to return the paper to you. If you feel that you
have to have more than the allowed number of pages you will have to
clarify this before hand with the papers chairs or the case studies
Your pages should NOT include any page numbers.
Quality PDF documents
Instructions for preparing
quality PDF documents can be found
here. Please take special care that:
- all fonts are embedded
- no type 3 fonts are used
- all images are high resolution (300dpi) and uncompressed
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If you are submitting supplemental material, please make
sure that all your files have 8.3 characters as file
names. Also, please make sure to include the requested README and SUMMARY files. Full instructions for preparing and submitting
supplemental material can be found
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appropriate copyright form. Please note, that the IEEE Copyright
Form was changed in 2010. We also make use of the IEEE Electronic Copyright Form (eCF) for conferences that are allowed to use it. Information can be found on the indivdual conference/ symposium pages. This is the preferred format for submission of an IEEE Copyright Form. If for some reason you are unable to submit using the eCF, instructions for obtaining and
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