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Accepted paper Category: Posters (PST)

Last modified 2009-02-22 08:46

PRESENTATION IN DISCUSSION SESSIONS AND 2-PAGE PUBLICATION IN THE PROCEEDINGS

    Accepted papers in Posters (PST) category will be presented in Discussion Sessions. Authors of these papers are expected to bring to the conference a maximum of 12 pages (8.5 X 11 inch) describing their paper. These pages will be pinned to Presentation Boards (48x28 inch) during the Discussion Sessions. Please use large fonts so that the paper can be read from about 1.5 meter distance - any reasonable typesetting format is acceptable. Authors of papers in this category (PST) are expected to be present during these sessions to answer any questions that readers might have. Presenters are responsible for removing their presentation materials at the end of each Discussion Session. Scheduled times for Discussion Sessions will be emailed to you in June.

    Please note that you are required to upload an electronic copy of your Full Camera-ready Paper to the publication website before the announced deadline. Please follow the submission instructions shown on the web site. The URL to the website is included in the notification of acceptance that has been emailed to the authors of the accepted papers.

    Accepted papers in this category will be included in the conference proceedings. Your Camera-ready Paper should not exceed 2 IEEE style pages (double-column format). For instructions regarding preparation of the final Camera-Ready papers Click here.

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Important Date
July 13-16, 2009
The WORLDCOMP'09
22 joint conferences


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