NOSSDAV 2003 Paper Submission

NOSSDAV only reviews and publishes original work not currently under consideration elsewhere, as described below. Papers not meeting these criteria will be withdrawn from the conference without review as soon as the conflict comes to the attention of the program committee.

Papers must be submitted electronically in the manner and format detailed below. Authors for whom this presents a severe problem should contact one of the technical program committee co-chairs to discuss alternatives.

The submission deadline is Feb. 14, 2003 (midnight PST).

Papers must be formatted according to the IEEE or ACM standard double-column format. We suggest the use of 11pt font size.

LaTeX, Framemaker and Microsoft Word files cannot be accepted. You must submit PDF or PostScript.

Papers with more than 5 pages will not be reviewed.

To register and submit a paper, please go to the electronic submissions page.

Submit Camera Ready papers here.  You will find sample Camera Ready templates here.

Dual Submission Policy

It is in the interest of NOSSDAV and its attendees that material presented at NOSSDAV has not been published elsewhere. Also, reviewing the same material twice wastes scarce reviewer resources. Waiting for NOSSDAV reviews can significantly improve a potential journal submission and avoids that two different sets of reviewers make similar recommendations.

Given these motivations, the following policies hold:

  • Once submitted to NOSSDAV, a paper cannot be submitted to another workshop, conference or journal until the NOSSDAV acceptance decision is known.
  • A paper that is under consideration elsewhere, including a workshop or journal, cannot be submitted to NOSSDAV.
  • If material has appeared or is likely to appear in a workshop, the paper should indicate so. This is only acceptable if the NOSSDAV paper provides substantial additional results compared to the earlier or pending publication or if the workshop produced no printed proceedings.