Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Complexity Deadline Approaching

The December 4th paper submission deadline for the Computational Complexity Conference in Prague is fast approaching. Get your papers ready.

Other deadlines: Computational Geometry (Abstracts Nov. 23), Electronic Commerce (Dec. 6), COLT (Jan. 21), ICALP (Feb. 10), SPAA (Mar. 6). Leave a comment if I left out your favorite conference.

The accepted papers for STACS and LATIN have been posted.

12 comments:

  1. Whose brilliant idea was it to make the deadline on a Sunday?!

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  2. For you, anonymous, the deadline is December 2.

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  3. I found Lance's response really funnny :)

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  4. Really funny, at least, for a man that spent an entire blog complaining about a previous conference deadline being extended to a Sunday. (see Sept 18th, "Thanks a Bunch STACS")

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  5. CRYPTO, Feb 23.

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  6. CSR-2006, http://logic.pdmi.ras.ru/~csr2006/

    This is a new series (thus we need publicity very much) of CS conferences. It has a broad scope, but if you study its TCS track committee, you will see that it is complexitist enough, so hopefully my comment is not an off-topic.

    The deadline is December 11.

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  7. This year, it seems that it is possible to attach an appendix to the (at most) 12 paper, submitted to CCC-06.
    Does anybody knows whether there is a (formal, or informal) space limit on the appendix itself?

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  8. There is no limit on the appendix but the longer it is the less likely the PC will look at it.

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  9. "the longer it is the less likely the PC will look at it."

    sorry for my misunderstanding, but by the last "it", you mean the appendix or the whole paper?

    Thanks

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  10. I meant the appendix. The PC will carefully consider the main part of every paper.

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  11. Yet another technical CCC06 question:

    The submission guidelines exclude the "cover page" from the 12 pages limit.
    Does the cover page can include the abstract? (this is important if the abstract is a bit long).

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    The submission guidelines exclude the "cover page" from the 12 pages limit.
    Does the cover page can include the abstract? (this is important if the abstract is a bit long).
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    Yes, one can include abstract in the cover page. However, note that by its very definition, the cover page must be a single page.

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    Whose brilliant idea was it to make the deadline on a Sunday?!
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    Mine. The idea is to save my weekend
    at the cost of spoiling everyone else's :-).

    - Manindra

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