21st Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry
June 6-8, 2005, Pisa, Italy
Papers must be submitted in two steps:
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that supports uploading via a web form. This is necessary in phase 2.
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- In the first step, a short abstract of about 10-20 lines of the paper must be
electronically submitted, as well as the subject categories
into which the paper falls. You will get a confirmation by
email. The confirmation will include a login name and
password, which you need in the second step;
We encourage you
to complete step 1 well before the deadline, and to formulate the abstract and
select categories carefully. An accurate and succinct abstract (as well as
appropriate keywords and subject categories) will increase the
chance of getting the most appropriate program committee
members interested in your paper, and will thus enhance the
reviewing process. (You cannot change the abstract
or the categories in step 2,
but you can add additional remarks, in case there is some
important change in the results between the abstract and the
- In the second step, the full paper (or extended abstract) must be
submitted over the world-wide web by December 6, 2004. The login name and password received after the first step
If you wish to replace your submission by an updated version, you can
do so by simply repeating the second step any time up to the
(Note, however, that the system does not remember any changes of the
data such as address, title or additional remarks that you
have made in phase 2. The data that is initially given in the forms is what you
specified in phase 1.
The submission procedure and the email confirmation that you receive for a
is identical as when you submit a "fresh" paper.)
Authors who cannot submit their papers electronically should
inform the PC chair at
When filling in the forms, PLEASE USE CAPITALS ONLY WHEN SYNTACTICALLY NEEDED, so e.g. only at the beginning of your name, not your FULL NAME.
(The previous line is an example of a wrong usage of capitals.)
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