15th String Processing and Information Retrieval Symposium
Melbourne Australia, November 10-12
- Paper submission:
21 May 2008 5pm AEST (GMT+10)Closed
- Author notification:
23 June 2008Sent
- Receipt camera ready:
2 July 2008Received
- Conference: 10-12 November 2008
The conference encourages the submission of high quality research papers that have not been previously published and are not concurrently under review for another conference or journal.
All submissions should be anonymous. Do not include information which identifies the author(s), their respective organization(s), affiliations, or funding acknowledgements in the submitted review manuscript. This information can be added in the final submission process. Self-citations and prior work should be incorporated in a manner which does not easily identify the author(s).
Submissions will be reviewed by at least three members of the program committee on the basis of the originality of the research presented, the quality of the theoretical contribution made by the research, the validity and robustness of the methodology chosen, the significance of the results presented, and the overall contribution to our understanding of their context.
Papers should not exceed twelve (12) pages including references, figures, and tables. They must be formatted according to the LNCS guidelines and submitted electronically as PDF files via the conference web site, http://spire08.csse.unimelb.edu.au.
Submission of short papers of six (6) pages focussing on a single concept, or on work that is not yet complete, is also permitted. Short papers will be reviewed in the same manner as full papers, but will be delivered at the conference in abbreviated presentations.
Camera-ready copy for accepted papers must be prepared according to Springer-Verlag's instructions for LNCS authors, and uploaded via the EasyChair conference site as either a LaTeX tarball or a Word document in RTF. A copyright form must also be submitted.