Call for Extended Abstracts
To be considered for presentation as well as publication, prospective authors should submit a 4-8 page extended abstract of their research. Final year students are encouraged to submit extended abstracts based on their project works.
What is an Extended Abstract?
An extended abstract is a research paper whose ideas and significance can be understood in less than an hour.
An extended abstract is not simply a long abstract. An extended abstract usually contains references, comparisons to related work, proofs of key theorems and other details expected in a research paper but not in an abstract.
Some things that can be omitted from an extended abstract: future work, details of proofs or implementation that should seem plausible to reviewers, ramifications not relevant to the key ideas of the abstract. Please note that you are free to arrange the material as you wish.
All submissions must be in English and should be made via the online submission system at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=srs20131. The deadline for submission of your extended abstract is June 20, 2013.
The following template MUST BE used for the preparation of your extended abstract:
We invite you to submit an EXTENDED ABSTRACT in one of the following tracks.
|Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Computer Architecture and VLSI
Computer Graphics, Simulation and Modeling
Data Management, Exploration and Mining
Digital System and Logic Design
Forensics and Recognition Technologies
Natural Language Processing and Machine Translation
Parallel and Distributed Algorithms
Pattern Recognition and Analysis
Robotics and Machine Vision
Systems and Software Engineering
Nature Inspired Computing
Signal and Image Processing
Quantum Computation and Quantum Communication
|Cognitive Radios and White Space Networking
Control Systems and Applications
Dynamic Spectrum Management
Human Computer Interaction and Interface
Information Theory and Coding
MEMS Technologies for Communications
Nano-addressing and Nano-coding for Communications
Power Line Communications
QoS and Resource Management
RFID Networks and Protocols
Satellite and Space Communications
Optical Networks and Systems
MIMO Communications in Computer Networks
Sensor Networks and Embedded Systems
Smart Spaces and Personal Area Networks
Social Network Behaviors, Modeling, and Analysis
Space Surveillance Techniques
Vehicular, Underground and Underwater Networks
Future Internet and Next-Generation Networking Architectures
High Performance Networks and Protocols
Virtual and Overlay Networks
Network Simulation and Emulation
Agricultural Informatics and Communication
Acceptance of papers will be communicated to authors by email. All accepted Extended Abstracts will be published in the symposium proceedings with ISBN. Also each article will be assigned Digital Object Identifier (DOI). At least one full paying author must register for the symposium before the indicated deadline. Participation certificates will be issued to all the presenters.
If your abstract is accepted for oral presentation, you will be limited to 10 minutes with 3 minutes immediately following for Q&A from the audience.
Authors of posters are required to display a poster on the designated poster panel. Poster Size is 100 cm long and 90 cm wide. They have to attend the Interactive Poster Session to answer questions. Poster template is available at http://www.icacci-conference.org/files/icacci2012_POSTER_TEMPLATE.ppt. Please use this template to prepare your poster.