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Paper Length: Up to 12 pages, including Figures, Tables & References. At maximum, two additional pages are permitted with an over-length page charge.
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Instructions for submitting your camera ready manuscript are given in the manuscripts decision notification letter. Any paper submitted after this date runs the risk of not being included in the proceedings. The paper must be re-submitted even if the reviewers indicated that no changes are required.
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Please note that an accepted paper will be published in the proceedings and uploaded to Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) ONLY if the final camera-ready version is submitted and accompanied by the registration and copyright form(s), fee(s) for at least one of the authors (only full member or non-member fees are allowable for this purpose), other payable fees (such as extra page charges), and is presented during the conference. By submitting a paper you agree to these terms.
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