submission is common for all ICCSA workshops (including CASA)
and is completely performed online through the ICCSA
2009 Electronic Submission System
In order to access the ESS you are kindly asked to register
This step will facilitate the submission of contributions, because you
will no longer input your personal details when submitting an abstract.
During the registration process, you will be asked to specify (twice)
your password, chosen at will (unless it is already in use. If so,
please, choose a new password). Your login will be
your e-mail address
. The login and password (that are confirmed
in a few minutes by an acknowledge reply to the e-mail account you
provided) will prompt you into
the ESS, comprised of three major steps:
1: Abstract submission. At this step, the contact author inputs
the title, author(s), and other relevant information regarding the
contribution. Please, pay attention to
select CASA'2008 workshop,
just before inputting the Abstract of your contribution.
After your submission, the contact
author will receive an acknowledgment of the submission via e-mail.
2: Paper submission. The contact author submits a full paper (5-11 pages) in one of
the following formats: PDF (strongly
recommended) or PostScript.
3: Camera ready submission. After the reviewing process, if the paper has
been selected for publication, the contact author must submit
the revised Camera ready version of the paper along with the source
files (including your artwork, tables, etc.). The submission will be
managed from the home page of the author.
submissions must be written in English. Accepted contributions will be
the IEEE Computer Society
The submitted paper must be camera-ready, between 5 and 11
pages long and formatted according to the rules of IEEE Computer
. The templates and the author's instructions for IEEE
Computer Society (please select the two column
available at the URL:
paper must present original and unpublished work,
not submitted for publication elsewhere (copyright problems fall
entirely under responsibility of the authors). Each
paper will be reviewed by experts in the relevant field, ensuring the
acceptance only to top quality contributions.
After receiving your submission, the paper will be reviewed taking
- significance of results,
- technical accuracy, and
and acceptance/rejection will be based on this review. If a paper is
rejected you will be contacted and given the referee reports. It may
well be that your paper is more suited to be submitted to another
workshop or conference.
a paper is accepted at least one of the authors has to register to the
conference and deliver the related talk. Failure to do so shall lead to
rejection of the application to attend next year conference and the
exclusion of the paper for the current year proceedings. Submission
implies the willingness
of at least one of the authors to register and present the paper.
Finally, note that the workshop chairs are only responsible
all the academic aspects of the papers (including the submission,
reviewing and final selection, among others). For questions about
registration, lodging, visa, flights, or any other question, please