ICCS 2007 Frequently asked questions
When is my presentation scheduled? See here for the schedule. You can find your paper by title on this page.
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The proceedings have been sent to Springer. Find your paper in the provisional table of contents
We now have a reduced registration rate for authors registering for their second and subsequent papers. See
Q1) My paper is incorrectly listed in the schedule. There will be a different presenter.
A1) Well you can change that on your own upload url.
Q11a) What is my paper id?
A11a) It is the number that follows the "id=" at the end of you upload url
Q12) Are the LNCS proceedings indexed by ... ?
A12) Here I received an extensive answer from Springer:
As from January 2007, LNCS books are no longer listed in the ISI Journal
Citation Index (or the Extended Index). They will be included in the ISI
The logic behind Thomson's elimination of LNCS from this product is that
the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series does not, strictly
speaking, constitute a journal at all, but consists mainly of conference
proceedings. In 2005, LNCS published far more than two thirds of the
total number of articles published by all 71 journals included in ISI's
Subject Category 'Computer Science, Theory and Methods'. This fact,
together with LNCS's reclassification as 'proceedings' led to the
exclusion of our series from the Journal Citation Report/SCI.
Apart from being listed in our own SpringerLink database, the LNCS
volumes are also listed in the DBLP database:
http://www.informatik.uni-trier.de/~ley/db/, as well as in SCOPUS,
INSPEC (Ei) and the Zentralblatt Math and their CompuServe Database, and
In brief, the above means that Thomson will continue to index LNCS, but it will be included in a new index,
specifically for proceedings.
Q13) I have two or more papers in ICCS - should I register separately for each paper?
A13) Yes, you should.
Q14) When will registration information be available?
A14) See here for conference fees, here
for information about the venue and here for registration and payment.
Q15) How do I get a visa?
A15) The local organisation recommends that you obtain a tourist visa, for which in most cases no invitation letter is needed.
Q16) And if I need an invitation letter after all?
A16) Send an e-mail to the local organisation at email@example.com
Papers should be based on unpublished, original work and must be submitted to ICCS only.