1). Format and Template: All submissions (full paper) must be a minimum of 10 pages, and a maximum of 15 pages in length.
2). Submission Policy: The submitted abstracts/papers must not be previously published anywhere, and must not be submitted to any other conferences before and during the IAIC2023 review and publication process. Submitting a paper to the conference means that if the articles were accepted, at least one author would register and attend the conference to present the paper.
3). During the peer-review process, if the submissions are considered significant, authors of which are encouraged to give presentations. Only selected full papers will be asked to be extended for post-conference publication.
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Format and Template
All submissions must be in well written English, and language proof-reading is encouraged. Authors can refer to the following guidelines to prepare their papers.
All IAIC2023 papers will be published by Springer book series: Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) (e-ISSN:1865-0937).
Please manage your manuscript according to the template provided below:
The papers which the authors submit should be original and unpublished. All submissions must be in English and proofread. The standard paper format and paper page limits which are listed in the giving “Template” should be strictly abided by in the submitted papers.
All manuscripts submitted for consideration of acceptance are required to go through a peer-review procedure. Committee Chairs will make the final decisions for all papers.
Each paper will be reviewed by minimum three reviewers and minimum of two independent results will be required to complete the round of peer-review. A single-blind review is applied, where reviewers acknowledge the identities of authors. Peer review comments are confidential and will only be disclosed with the express agreement of the reviewer.
The average reviewing time will be minimum 1.5 months.
1. All articles contributed to the conference must be original articles which have not been published in any types of publication, and the copyrights of the articles should not have been demised to any institution, organization or individual.
2. In several circumstances, articles will be declined by IAIC2023:
1) Pseudo-articles which are incompetent in reasoning and devoid of any statistics, experiments or designs;
2) Plagiarized articles;
3) evident misconduct;
4) Articles irrelevant to the theme and scope of this conference.
3. IAIC2023 takes a tight position to plagiarism. All articles registered will be tested for similarity by iTHENTICATE. Any article that fails to pass the plagiarism detection will be dropped from the proceedings.
4. Authors should declare if there are any conflicts of interest regarding the submitted papers.