|ILPS '94 : Last Call for papers. (Ithaca, Nov 94) email@example.com (1994-03-16)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Kannan Govindarajan)|
|Keywords:||logic, conference, CFP|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Mar 1994 07:59:23 GMT|
Posted on behalf of Surya Mantha, (email@example.com)
LAST CALL FOR PAPERS ILPS'94
INTERNATIONAL LOGIC PROGRAMMING SYMPOSIUM
Sheraton Inn, Ithaca, NY, November 13 - 17 1994
Sponsored by the Association of Logic Programming
Papers must be written in English, must not exceed 15 pages (including
references and figures), and must contain a cover page including the
following: a 200 word abstract, keywords, and postal and electronic mailing
addresses as well as phone numbers and fax numbers of the corresponding author.
Submitted papers should not have been previously published or submitted to
any journals or refereed conferences or workshops. Accepted papers must be
presented at the conference. Send six (6) copies of your submission by
APRIL 8, 1994 to
Maurice Bruynooghe ILPS94
KUL, Dept. Computer Science
Celestijnenlaan 200 A
B3001 Heverlee, Belgium
To facilitate careful selection of reviewers, it is recommended to send an
email to firstname.lastname@example.org with title, name of authors and AT MOST
5 LINES description of the subject of the paper before April 1. Authors will
be notified of the acceptance or rejection of their papers by July 15, 1994.
Final versions of the accepted papers must be received in camera-ready form
by August 12, 1994. The proceedings will be published by MIT Press.
General Chairs: Victor Marek (email@example.com) , Anil Nerode
(firstname.lastname@example.org). General inquiries can be sent to
Deadline APRIL 8: If you send an email by April 1 and airmail your
submission by April 8 then it will be taken into consideration.
Originality of submission: at almost every PC meeting there is a problem
with originality of some submissions. If you have related work which is
(recently) accepted, or is submitted or will be submitted before july 15
and the relationship is not clear from your ILPS submission, then it would
be very much appreciated if you explain the relationship between your
different works in an appendix. In some cases it can be desirable to
include one copy of the related work, so that the PC has not to made wet
finger decisions about the degree of overlap.
15 pages: this has to be applied with common sense, there is no need to
spend days of hacking to get an optimal page utilisation and get the paper
on 15 pages. However, you should realise that your final paper should
fit in 15 MIT-Press pages (often approximated at 5000 words) and that your
submission is intended to be a first draft of your final paper. If you
include so much material that it clearly does not fit the 15 MIT-Press
pages (whatever the length of your submission) then your submission is in
serious trouble. The reviewers can appreciate if you include some material
in appendix, material they otherwise might have to look up in not always
easily accessible sources. The easiest way to avoid disputes is to use
the MIT style file for your submission. However, there is no obligation.
Full call for papers as well as the MIT style file is available
by anonymous ftp from ftp.cs.kuleuven.ac.be where there is a directory for
ILPS under the path /pub/compulog/ILPS94/
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