The review process will be performed from the electronic submission of your manuscript. To ensure that your document is compatible with the review system, please adhere to the following compatibility requirements:
Papers must be submitted in Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF) format.
Please make sure that you submit a valid PDF to the submission system. Adobe Acrobat is the preferred way of generating a PDF file, but there are many other options which produce quality PDFs as well.
- must not have Adobe Document Protection or Document Security enabled,
- must have 'A4' sized pages,
- must be in first-page-first order, and
- must have ALL FONTS embedded and subset.
ALL FONTS MUST be embedded in the PDF or PostScript file. There is no guarantee that the reviewers of the abstract have the same fonts used in the document. If fonts are not embedded in the final submission, you will be contacted by the secretariat and asked to submit a file that has all fonts embedded. Please refer to your PDF or PS file generation utility's user guide to find out how to embed all fonts.
Generating a PostScript file is straightforward for all LaTeX packages we are aware of. When preparing the proposal under LaTeX, it is preferable to use scalable fonts such as Type I, Computer Modern. However, quite good results can be obtained with the fonts defined in the style file recommended above (spconf.sty).
PDF files with Postscript Type 3 fonts are highly discouraged. PDF and PostScript files utilizing Type 3 fonts are typically produced by the LaTeX system and are lower-resolution bitmapped versions of the letters and figures. It is possible to perform a few simple changes to the configuration or command-line to produce files that use PostScript Type 1 fonts, which are a vector representation of the letters and figures.
For most installations of LaTeX, you can cause dvips to output Type 1 fonts instead of Type 3 fonts by including -Ppdf option to dvips. The resulting PDF file will reference the Type 1 Computer Modern fonts, rather than embedding the bitmapped Type 3 versions, which cause problems with printers.
You may also need to tell dvips to force letter sized paper with the option: -t letter.
Some LaTeX installations also include pdflatex, which produces acceptable PDF files as well.
When you have your document file ready, gather the following information before entering the submission system:
- Manuscript in PDF format
- Affiliation, email address, and mailing address for each author
- Paper title
The submission system will present an entry form to allow you to enter the paper title, paper topic, and author contact information.
ALL authors must be entered in the online form, and must appear in the online form in the same order in which the authors appear on the PDF.
After you submit this information, the system will display a page with the data that you entered so that you may verify its accuracy. If you need to change the data to fix a mistake, you can revise it any time before the deadline of paper submission. At the end of a successful upload, an email message will be sent to the corresponding authors' email addresses to confirm that the file has been uploaded. If you do not receive the email, we may not have successfully received your file upload. If you encounter trouble, contact the paper submission support at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A committee of reviewers selected by the conference committee will review the manuscripts and rate them according to quality, relevence, and correctness. The conference technical committee will use these reviews to determine which papers will be accepted for presentation in the conference. The result of the technical committee's decision will be communicated to the submitting authors by email, along with any program committee comments, if any.
After you submit your document, you may monitor the status of your paper as it progresses through the submission and review process by using EDAS website.
Authors will be notified of paper acceptance or non-acceptance by email.
The notification email may include comments from the reviewers and/or program committee members. The conference cannot guarantee that all of the reviewers will provide the level of detail desired by you. However, reviewers are encouraged to submit as detailed comments as possible.
Because of the short amount of time between paper acceptance decisions and the beginning of the publication process, APSIPA ASC 2023 is not able to allow for a two-way discourse between the authors and the reviewers of a paper. If there appears to be a logistical error in the reviewer comments, such as the reviewer commenting on the wrong paper, etc., please contact APSIPA ASC 2023 at email@example.com
Continuing in 2023 Publication in the Proceedings
: All accepted submissions, with an author registered, and which are presented on-site, will be published in the proceedings (IEEE Xplore). However, research abstract will not be included in IEEE Xplore.
Be sure that at least one author registers to attend the conference using the online registration system available through the conference website. Each accepted paper being presented must have at least one author registered, with the payment received
by the author registration deadline (see above) to avoid being withdrawn from the conference.