|Call for participation /
Style files, instructions for authors
Venue, travel information / accomodation
Registration / on-line registration form
Program / abstracts / trip 2 Wachau
Photos / participants / acks.
. . . copied from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html (May 21st, 1998).
Papers accepted for the symposium were published in a Springer book. The style of the proceedings is the same as for LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) books. Therefore, the following style files provided by Springer were strongly recommended for type-setting symposium papers:
|llncs.cls||LNCS document class, version 2.3 for LaTeX2e|
|llncs.dem, subjidx.ind||Demonstration file of the Springer LaTeX macro package for LNCS, version 2.2 for LaTeX2e (llncs.dem), requires llncs.cls and subjidx.ind (sample index file).|
|llncs.dvi, llncs.ps||Documentation file of the LaTeX2e class from Springer for LNCS, version 2.3 (DVI, Postscript)|
|llncs.doc, llncsdoc.sty||Source of ``Documentation file of the LaTeX2e class from Springer for LNCS, version 2.3'' (llncs.doc), requires llncs.cls and llncsdoc.sty (modification of the LNCS class file for the documentation of the class itself).|
|typeinst.ps, typeinst.pdf||LNCS - Authors' instructions for the preparation of camera-ready contributions (Postscript, PDF).|
|typeinst.tex, eijkel2.eps||Source of ``LNCS - Authors' instructions for the preparation of camera-ready contributions'' (typeinst.tex), requires llncs.cls and eijkel2.eps (sample figure).|
. . . copied from http://www.springer.at/series/guidelines.html (May 21st, 1998).
Advice to authors for the preparation of camera-ready contributions.
The preparation of manuscripts which are to be reproduced by photo-offset requires special care. Therefore please read these guidelines carefully, which we kept at a minimum. Manuscripts which are submitted in technically unsuitable form will be rejected. In order to make the volume look as uniform as possible the following instructions should be followed closely.
Printing Area. Single column, 12.2 x 19.4 cm. Manuscripts prepared in this format are reproduced in the same size in the book. There also should be no running headers or footers.
Typeface and Size. We recommend the use of Times or one of the similar typefaces widely used in phototypesetting. (In Times and similar typefaces the letters have serifs, i.e., short endstrokes at the head and the foot of letters.) Please do not use a sans-serif typeface for running text, except for computer programs. Mathematics must be typed. Equations numbered for cross-referring should be displayed and centered; equation numbers should be set in parentheses and placed flush right.
The text should always be justified to occupy the full line width, so that the right margin of a paragraph is not ragged. For running text please use 10-point type size and 12-point line distance. Small print (abstract, figure legend, table, references) should be set in 9-point type size, 10-point line distance. Please use italics to emphasize words in running text; refrain from bold, in running text, and underlining.
Headings should not be set in capitals only. The type sizes are as follows:
|Heading level||Example||Type size and style|
|Title (centered)||Type theory||14 point, bold|
|Author's name||R. L. Constable||10 point, roman|
|1st-level heading||1 Introduction; References||12 point, bold|
|2nd-level heading||2.1 Simple connections||10 point, bold|
|3rd-level heading||Typing rules. Text follows||10 point, bold|
|4th-level heading||Remarks: Text follows||10 point, italic|
Figures. Original drawings or printouts should be pasted into the manuscript and centered between the margins. Minimum line weight should be 0.25 mm. Be aware that regularly figures will be line reproductions in black only. The lettering in figures should be in 9-point size. Figures should be numbered consecutively. The legends should be centered below the figures and written in 9-point type size as follows.
Fig. 3. Text follows
Coloured figures. Please forward sharply focused and strong contrast glossy prints, trimmed at right angles in the final size; refer in running text to these coloured figures with: "... (see Appendix)".
Tables. Type all parts of the table in 9-point type size, 10-point line distance; additional 2 points may be used to separate parts of the table to show groupings of data. Table captions should be centered above the table (word "Table" and number of table in bold). Tables should be centered on the page, and should be numbered consecutively throughout the paper. Use Arabic (not Roman) numerals. The word "Table" is always typed in full.
Page Numbering. Your paper should show no printed page numbers; they are decided by the volume editor and finally inserted by the printer. Please indicate the sequence of your pages by numbering the sheets (using a pencil) at the bottom of the reverse side.
Printing Quality. For reproduction we need sheets which are printed on one side only. Please use a high-resolution printer, preferably a laser printer with at least 300 dpi. It is desirable that on all pages the text appears in the middle of the sheets.
Helwig Löffelmann, 1998-1999, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.