Step 1: Formatting your paper
Prepare your camera ready
manuscript according to the SIG
Proceedings Templates at: http://www.acm.org/publications/article-templates/proceedings-template.html.
If you have any problems with the
templates, please contact ACM's
TeX support team directly at
Regular papers: 10 pages
Concise papers: 4 pages
Workshop papers: 6 pages
- The final paper should
be PDF with embedded fonts.
- They should be
optimized for fast web viewing.
- The PDF should not
contain page numbers.
- They should have the
rights management statement and
bibliographic strip on the
bottom of the first page left
column (See Step 2).
- For generating the
Computing Classification Code
(CCS) for your paper, please
After choosing the relevant
"Assign this concept" and then
choose the level of relevance.
Clicking on "view CCS TeX Code"
will automatically generate the
code block to be placed in your
- In general, follow the
instructions from the authors'
guide for SIG proceedings
available at: http://www.acm.org/publications/article-templates/sig-alternate-guide.pdf
Step 2: Copyrights Form
ACM will directly contact you via
email with information on how to
submit a copyright form. This
email will come from
email@example.com (so please
ensure that this email address is
not caught by your spam filter).
You must submit this copyright
form first, before submitting your
After completing the rights
management form, authors will be
emailed the correct rights
management text and bibliographic
strip to place within their paper.
When the author incorporates the
code block generated by the ACM
e-Rights system, the correct ACM
Rights Statement and bibliographic
strip will automatically appear in
the author's paper. Please
double-check that the ISBN number
included is 978-1-4503-4032-8.
Step 3: Submitting your paper
You must submit the camera-ready
version of the paper by email to
the Publications Chair, Prof.
Youngki Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You must submit both a PDF
version of your paper and a .zip
version of all source
files (tex/eps/jpg or
Word etc.) of your paper. In the
subject line of the email, please
state "ICDCN'18 Final Paper id-no",
where id-no is the EasyChair ID
for your paper.
for submission of camera-ready
Conference: October 23,
Workshops: November 23, 2017