Submitted papers must be in English, should be typed in two-column, single-spaced format, and must adhere to the word limits in the Call for Papers. They must include the author's name, affiliation and e-mail address, a 200 word abstract, and keywords identifying the paper's area. The keywords listed in the Call for Papers are preferred:
- Cognitive Aspects of Documents
- Digital Libraries
- Document Databases
- Document Management
- Document Standards (XML, SGML etc)
- Document Workflow
- Information Retrieval
- Multimedia Document Management
- Multimedia Resource Discovery
- Natural Language Techniques and Documents
- Personalised Documents
- User Studies Involving Documents
- Web Documents
Sample LaTeX and BibTeX style files for ADCS 2010 are available as follows:
The LaTeX source file sample.tex
which you should use as a basis for your paper;
The LaTeX style file sample.sty which is used by sample.tex;
The sample BibTeX style file sample.bst;
A sample BibTeX bibliography sample.bib
The PDF version of the sample file sample.pdf.
If at all possible, LaTeX should be used for paper preparation. If you do not have access to LaTeX, then you may use MS-Word, but please ensure that it conforms to the guidelines, and the appearance is as close as possible to sample.pdf.
Submissions of full-length papers should be a maximum of eight pages in the required style (approximately 3000 words). Submissions for Posters, Short papers, Industry Status Reports, and Demonstrations (if any of the above) should be a maximum of four pages in the required style (appoximately 1500 words).
All submissions must be original work, not previously published elsewhere, and not currently submitted to any other conference or journal.
Submissions that differ markedly in length or style from these guidelines risk being rejected without further consideration.
Papers should be submitted online through EasyChair.