Every submission must clearly exhibit the relationship to the (new) scope of the workshop, and must really be an extended abstract. Read Advice to Authors of Extended Abstracts (from Advice on Research and Writing) if you are uncertain about what constitutes an extended abstract. Briefly: it must be a miniature research paper with the key motivations and ideas, with outlines of the proofs of the key theorems, with references and a (favourable) comparison to related work, but without full details of proofs or implemented systems, without the description of future work, without ramifications that are irrelevant to the key ideas. A good extended abstract convinces a specialist referee of the significance of the described research in about one hour.
Papers should be typeset in no less than 11 point fontsize, and should feature at least 2.5cm (1 inch) margins along all edges.
Submissions that fail to comply with these content and size requirements may be rejected (without refereeing), no matter how high the scientific merit of the discussed work.
|Dr. Pierre Flener (LOPSTR'98)||Phone: +90 312 266 4000 ext.1450 (GMT+2)|
|Department of Computer Science||Fax: +90 312 266 4126|
|Bilkent University||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Notice that even airmail may take up to 10 days to reach me from "Western" countries (yes...), so the usage of a courier service is strongly recommended should you be near the deadline and should electronic submission be impossible.