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Paper Submissions Guidelines
For the first time, IGS 2023 will follow a double-blind review process. Authors should not include their names or affiliations anywhere in the manuscript. Authors should also ensure that their identity is not revealed indirectly by citing their previous work in the third person, and by omitting acknowledgments until the camera‐ready version.
. Full papers
Full papers should have 12–15+ pages, where a page constitutes 300-400 words, in the LNCS template.
. Short papers
Short papers should have 6-11 pages, where a page constitutes 300-400 words, in the LNCS template.
. Extended abstracts
The extended abstracts should have 2-5 pages in the IGS format (click here). These abstracts will be published in IGS Abstracts eBook.
Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines (here) and use their proceedings templates either for Microsoft Word (click here), or LaTeX (click here). Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs. In addition, the corresponding author must complete and sign Consent-to-Publish and copyright forms on behalf of all co-authors.
Submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Based on the reviewer’s suggestions and the topic of the manuscript, it may be accepted for oral presentation. Accepted full and short manuscripts will be published in the virtual conference proceedings volume of Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). LNCS is a distinguished conference proceedings series where each paper will be indexed in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), Scopus, EI Engineering Index, Google Scholar, DBLP; etc. (more details here).
Accepted Extended Abstracts will be published by the International Graphonomic Society in a Book of Conference Proceedings.
In both cases, the corresponding author of a particular paper must sign a Publication agreement on behalf of all the co-authors, having gained their permission to do so. The corresponding author signs and accepts responsibility for releasing the material on behalf of all co-authors.