Author Page: Camera-Ready
This page contains all information for your JMLC
2003 camera-ready version, signed copy right form, the required author's
registration and presentation length. Your publisher is:
Instructions for Camera-Ready Papers
The accepted papers will be available at the conference in the proceedings
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
The length of the camera-ready paper should not exceed:
- 4 pages for Short Papers
- 10 pages for Regular Papers
You may purchase max. 2 additional pages for publication at the rate
of 50 Euro per page.
The camera-ready version
must follow the
Instructions of Springer.
The camera-ready version of your paper must be mailed in
source (all latex source files and figures) and pdf to
firstname.lastname@example.org not later than
May 31, 2003, as one single zipped directory, please.
Signed Copy Right Form
Access the JMLC 2003
Copy Right Form in
A Signed Copy Right Form of Springer must be filled in now and
should arrive the organizers not later than May 20, 2003 either
as fax to ++43-463-2700-3699 or by using usual (snail) mail to:
Institute of Information Technology,
A-9020 Klagenfurt, Austria
Please note that at least one of the authors of a paper must
register at the full (early) rate to the conference until June 6, 2003.
Otherwise the paper will not be included in the final proceedings.
Further authors may register as students – if they are really students
(approval must be faxed to +43-463-2700-3699). In the case
of a direct transfer to our bank account, fax the payment affirmation
to ++43 (0) 463 2700 3699 before June 6. The limited
number of funds for the financial support of participants was successfully
distributed. Please do not apply for funds any longer.
You will have a time slot for your presentation - including a short
discussion - of :
Final Date for Submission:
16th February 2003
Notification of Acceptance:
30th April 2003
Submission of Camera
Ready Version: 31st
Final Registration for
6th June 2003
24 - 27th August 2003
Some notes on short papers
to space and time limitations the Program Committee has accepted those
valuable papers as "short" (even if they were submitted as a
long contribution), which seemed to be presentable in a short form without
sustaining essential loss.
short presentation should be sufficient to show the essence of the
ideas of a longer contribution. It is advisable to add a reference to
a technical report or to an URL containing a longer version of the paper.
For any questions or
problems regarding the paper submission process please email to: