Submissions and Publication
Please send all submissions (papers, demonstrations or panel discussion ideas) to email@example.com. All submissions should be made as PDF or MS Word documents. Full papers are limited to 12 pages in Springer's LNCS format. Short papers of up to 8 pages and position papers of up to 4 pages in Springer LNCS format may also be submitted. For more details see http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs. All submissions will be reviewed by the programme committee of DAIT 2009. An informal proceedings will be produced for the workshop. Papers of a suitable standard will later be published in a special issue of the IETE Technical Review, http://tr.ietejournals.org/, a Web of Science listed journal, as part of a workshop post-proceedings special issue. The journal is intended to be of interest to both novices and experts. Suitable papers for the IETE Technical Review should contain an extended review section.
Additional Publishing Opportunity
There is an opportunity for prospective participants to contribute to a "workshop position paper" which will be included in the BNCOD 2009 proceedings which will be published by Springer Verlag. The contents of the position paper will be based on accepted abstracts. Authors of particularly pertinent abstracts will be invited to co-author the position paper, provided they will be participating in the workshop. Abstracts of around 500 words should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 27th March 2009. You may include up to 3 citations of relevant previous work to support your abstract. Accepted abstracts will feed into the position paper and the relevant citations will make up its references section. It is expected that authors of accepted abstracts will participate in the workshop. Late submissions of abstracts will not be accepted for the overview paper on account of publishing deadlines which are very tight. If you intend participating and would like to contribute your work to the position paper it would be helpful if you could notify your intention to email@example.com. as soon as possible. ( Submitting a full paper for the workshop by the later date does not necessarily depend on having contributed to the position paper. )