TMRA 2007 "Scaling Topic Maps"
Campus Villa Ida
tutorials@TMRA 10, Oct.
TMRA 2007 11-12, Oct.
16 October 2007
Provide your content about TMRA 2007 for the NEW keeping track section!
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Submitting your contribution requires an account for the conference management system. You will easily get this account by following the link "New User? Sign Up Here" at the start page of the system. Registration at the conference management system does not imply any obligations for you. This year the conference management system is provided by Microsoft Research. Please do not submit your contribution via email.
We invite original, high quality submissions with substantial contributions to the objectives of TMRA 2007, published in the call for papers. The proceedings of TMRA are expected to be published by Springer in the LNCS series as post-proceedings. The conference language is English. Submission deadline is 22 June 2007 (extended).
Do I get any compensation for presenting at TMRA 2007? No. Like at all academic conferences, each presenter at TMRA 2007 has equally to register to the conference, paying the regular conference fees. Applying this modus operandi allows to have low rates for all participants. If your contribution for the conference will be accepted, at least one author has to register for TMRA 2007.
For full and short papers please adhere stricly to the LNCS format.
Full papers should describe original research results that have not been accepted or submitted for publication elsewhere. Full papers can only be submitted to the scientific track. The submissions will be carefully evaluated for scientific or technical contribution, originality, appropriateness, and significance by three reviewers. Full papers should not exceed 12 pages (min. 8 pages) in the LNCS format. The submission of extended abstracts is not allowed, only complete full papers will be reviewed.
Short Papers describe work to present at the industrial track. The submissions will be carefully evaluated for originality, appropriateness, and significance by three reviewers. If accepted, the short paper will be published in the proceedings. Short papers should not exceed 6 pages (min. 4 pages) in the LNCS format. The submission of extended abstracts is not allowed, only complete shortpapers will be reviewed.
Presentation Proposals describe work to be presented in the industrial (or scientific) track. The submissions will be evaluated for originality, appropriateness, and significance by the program committee. Presentation proposals should not exceed 2 pages. Presentations will not be published in the proceedings.
Posters should describe ongoing work, relevant to the scientific or industrial track. The submissions will be evaluated for originality, appropriateness, and significance by three reviewers. Posters will not be published in the proceedings, but they will be described in a "Report from the Poster Session" published in the proceedings.
Demonstrations give researchers and companies the opportunity to present prototypes or commercial products in the scientific or industrial track. Please submit a short description of the demonstration. The submissions will be evaluated for originality, appropriateness, and significance by three reviewers. Demonstrations will not be published in the proceedings.
All submissions must be in English. Submissions should be made electronically in PDF and submitted via the conference management system. At least one author for accepted paper should register for the workshop and present the contribution.
You wil find at the LNCS page layout templates for LATEX and all current word processors. At least for full and short papers, it is necessary to strictly adhere to these templates.
Author: Lutz Maicher. Last update: 05.06.2007. trackback URL