1. Prepare the final version of your paper
The guidelines for preparing the final version of your
paper are available in two formats:
a Rich Text skeleton
file, for use with Microsoft Word 6.0 or higher (download );
A set of style and
skeleton files for LaTeX users (download).
Remember that your final paper cannot exceed
8 pages. No exceptions are allowed.
2. Prepare the PostScript or PDF version of your paper
For users of Word, there is a variety of ways to produce
PostScript or PDF output. If you have problems with
this, it is best to contact your local administrator.
3. Submit the PostScript or PDF version of your paper
Submission of the camera-ready PostScript or PDF file
should be done electronically via e-mail. Send your
file as an attachment to email@example.com .
Make sure that your file is not too large for the mailing
system (the message size mustn't exceed 2 Mbytes; your
local settings may impose a smaller limit on the message
size). If your file turns out to be too large, you
· Using a PDF file instead of PostScript (PDFs are usually
· Using a different format for embedded images in your
paper (using simple bitmaps or line drawings may reduce
the file size drastically);
· Compressing the file with Zip or GZip.
All final papers submitted are considered to be in
final form and ready for publication. Do not submit
your paper until you are ready. It is advisable
to have a few colleagues review your paper to provide
final remarks on its suitability before submitting
it via e-mail.
Final papers must be submitted before 15 July 2005
(this is also the deadline for early registration).
Any paper submitted after this date runs the risk
of not being included in the proceedings.
4. Register at least one author with the conference
For registration information, see page of Registration or contact TRIVENT Conference Office .
Remember that it is not possible to publish your
contribution without a full registration to the Workshop..