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Submissions are be accepted only by electronic submission through the CBMI 2013 EasyChair site.

Authors should take into account the following guidelines:

  • All the contributions must be written in English.
  • The maximum length for the papers is 6 IEEE 2-column style pages for full paper submissions and Special Sessions paper submissions, and 4 IEEE 2-column style pages for demo paper submissions, including all the contents (figures, tables, references, results...).
  • Example containing the guidelines and template files are here.
  • The PDF file format is the only one accepted for the submissions.
  • Please follow the IEEE guidelines on the creation of PDF files suitable for the inclusion in IEEEXploreTM (particularly referring to the section 3.1 of this document). Make sure to embed all the fonts that are used in the document.
  • Failure to meet the formatting requirements stated in this page and in the linked guidelines documents could result in your paper not being included in the proceedings.

The IEEE templates were changed by IEEE last year, please at least for the camera ready version of the CBMI 2013 papers use the new templates.

To upload your paper, please navigate to the CBMI 2013 EasyChair site here.


Instructions for Camera Ready Submissions

1. Please, correct your paper according to the reviews.

2. Take into consideration paper templates. Also upload all necessary source files (not only PDF)!

3. Check the correctness of your paper (method will be specified later). The technical editor will check the correctenss of the papers. In case of problems he will contact the authors for help.

4. Provide the copyright form. A request from IEEE will be sent by email to authors to fill in an online copyright form.


Important Note: The paper should be original and unpublished. Please, do not copy from other publication, because the paper will be checked by plagiarism detection software, and it will indicate if there are copied parts. IEEE takes it very seriously, here are all details regarding plagiarism. If the paper is not original, not authors' own work, submitted to other conferences or journals, then the paper is removed at once. It is not even allowed to copy from author's own paper. The paper may be checked against plagiarism at any time during review process from paper submission until publication.