Accepted papers will be published in the DMSN'09
proceedings published by the ACM. The workshop proceedings will be
distributed in CD as well as in the ACM Digital Library.
Format. Camera-ready copies of accepted papers
must use the
ACM Proceedings templates
and must be at most 6 pages long (regular papers), and
2 pages long (demo papers). They should be submitted in
Authors of accepted papers should also apply the ACM
Computing Classification categories and terms. The Computing
Classification Scheme is available at:
The templates above provide space for this indexing.
The Standard Copyright Statement together with a
bibliographic strip containing the specific ISBN for DMSN'09, shown
below, should appear at the bottom of first page of each article:
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Copyright form. Authors of accepted papers must
use the following copyright form:
to transfer copyright to ACM. Authors retain many rights even after
such a transfer. The complete ACM Copyright Policy can be viewed by
your authors at:
Submission. All submissions are due on July 13,
- Camera-ready copies of accepted papers must by
submitted through the Conference
- The copyright form needs to be faxed to Nesime
Tatbul, the workshop
co-chair, at +41-44-632-1059.
Questions about the camera-ready preparation and
submission should be directed to the Program
Co-chairs at email@example.com.