Paper submissions and reviews for DAS2014 will be handled through the Easy Chair conference management system.
Paper Submission Site for short papers
Easy Chair – DAS2014
Manuscript length is 5 pages maximum to be submitted until September 30, 2013. Five pages is a strict limit for initial submission. During final submission of accepted papers, authors may purchase extra pages if they find it necessary to address the concerns of the reviewers.
Single blind reviewing: Three reviewers (2 academic and 1 industrial) will evaluate each submission. DAS2014 follows a single-blind review process. Authors are required to include their names and affiliations in their papers as illustrated in the sample templates (Microsoft Word and LaTeX) that can be found at the following link: IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings. As the page indicates, IEEE has recently revised their LaTeX templates. If you had previously downloaded these templates please revisit this site to access the latest version
For submission of a short paper, please submit a PDF file (up to 2 pages - same template as long papers) until December 20, 2013 via Easychair web site.
After the submission, DAS2014 organizers will quickly review the submitted paper and make a decision of acceptance. If your submission is accepted, you can make a poster presentation. Please note that short papers will appear in an extra booklet, not in the official DAS2014 proceedings.
One author of each accepted paper (short or long) must register for the workshop for publication.
IAPR – Statement of ethics
The IAPR requires that all authors wishing to present a paper declare that the paper is substantially original; that is, the manuscript as a whole, or for the most part, is novel, has not been published in (or even submitted to) any journals and has not been presented at any other conferences. If previous versions of the manuscript were published or presented, appropriate references must be given and substantial justification for presentation of the current version must be presented.
The IAPR strictly prohibits any plagiarism; that is, the work of others must not be « borrowed » and presented as the authors’ own work, regardless of the size of the borrowed portion.
The IAPR frowns upon « no-show behavior » at IAPR-related conferences and workshops, meaning that an author registers to make a presentation but does not show up for it. If such behavior is unavoidable due to urgent and unexpected personal matters, the author is strongly urged to notify the event organizer of the situation as soon as possible. If prior notification is impossible, the organizer should be advised after the fact of the reason for the author’s absence.
The IAPR retains the rights to eliminate any papers in violation of these Requirements and to take appropriate action against individuals repeatedly violating these Requirements and assumes no responsibility for any resulting loss of reputation or opportunity of such individuals or for any inconvenience related to the future work of such individuals.