Instructions for Submitting a Paper to SIGOPS '96
- 4-page (maximum) extended abstracts due: 1 March 1996
- Acceptance notice: 15 May 1996
- Final 8-page (maximum) papers due: 15 July 1996
- Workshop date: 9-11 September 1996
Submitting your paper:
- The extended abstracts may be no longer than 4 pages.
- The final papers may be no longer than 8 pages.
- Late papers or papers longer than the allowed page limit will be
- Send 10 copies of your extended abstract to the program chair,
Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science
De Boelelaan 1081A
1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Alternatively, you may email a uuencoded postscript version of your file by
following the directions below.
Requirements for postscript submissions
- The postscript may only use standard fonts that all printers have
(Times, Helvetica, Courier).
- The postscript must work on 8.5" x 11" and A4 sized paper.
- You must send the postscript uuencoded, as described below.
- Please note that postscript papers submitted at the last moment that
do not print correctly for the program chair will not be considered.
- Those accustomed to 8.5" x 11" paper (most Americans) may test their
text processing facilities for A4 compatibility by sending Andrew Tanenbaum
(ast @ cs.vu.nl)
a uuencoded sample postscript document. He will attempt to print it
locally and will send back a one-bit answer (it worked or it didn't work).
- Likewise, those accustomed to A4 sized paper may test their
text processing facilities for 8.5" x 11" compatibility by sending
Mary Baker (mgbaker @ cs.stanford.edu) a uuencoded sample postscript document.
She will attempt to print it locally and will send back a one-bit answer
(it worked or it didn't work).
Emailing a postscript version of your paper:
- First uuencode the postscript file.
- If you don't have uuencode available on your system, you can get it
here and compile it on your system.
- To uuencode your paper, assuming it's called paper.ps, type
uuencode paper.ps paper.ps > paper.uu
- Then mail the uuencoded file (paper.uu) to
Andrew Tanenbaum at
ast @ cs.vu.nl.
Last Updated 22 January 1996.
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