2019 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN), Budapest, Hungary

International Joint Conference on Neural Networks

14-19 July 2019, InterContinental Budapest Hotel, HUNGARY.    www.ijcnn.org

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Authors' Guide
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Paper formatting
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Initial paper submission
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Final paper submission
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Problematic papers - corrections page, blog
Author [PDF, CrossCheck]-like tests page, blog IEEE PDF eXpress Plus - paper format page, blog IEEE electronic Copyright form (eCf) page, blog Attendee downloads of papers page, blog
Conference registration
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Travel visas to Hungary
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Conference presentations
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Non-Author actions Paper reviews - authors' perspective page, blog IEEE CrossCheck - text-similarity page, blog IEEE Xplore - web-publishing page, blog
Official Due Dates link Paper submissions :
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Authors' Guide

The purpose of this Authors' Guide website is to provide [simple, compact] [text, images, links] to assist young researchers' use of the IEEE conference systems and [WCCI, IEEE-CEC, IJCNN, FUZZ-IEEE] requirements. It might also help as a map for experienced scientists who are not familiar with the IEEE systems. It will not be much help to scientists who are familiar with those systems. Blog web-pages are also available for each web-page.

Author actions : paper preparation through conference attendance

For [first time or rare] use, the [terminology, process] of the IEEE system can be a bit confusing. It's important NOT to omit actions at critical stages of the process, and perhaps the Authors' Guide [web-pages, blogs] will help with that.

See the "menu" near the top of this webpage for deadlines.

Non-Author parts of the paper process

These sections are intended as a very basic outline of how paper submissions are processed by the various conference committees. Although not of much use to experienced authors, handy references might be of interest, or even useful, to young authors. Note that most information is available to the public, but access to some links is restricted to conference [authors, Organising Committee members, IEEE [Meetings, Conferences, Events] staff, members].

REMINDERS : This Authors' Guide is specific to the IEEE conference paper system, and for the most part links to, or repeats, information that is copyrighted by the IEEE. Keep in mind that the IEEE processes something like 1,800 conferences per year, and delays exceeding a week are to be expected, with longer delays during high-activity parts of the year. So don't wait too long before starting each process!
Author preparations for the conference include (roughly in squence) :
  1. Initial submission of your paper to the IEEE paper review system.
  2. Receipt of an email paper acceptance notification from the Program Co-Chairs via the IEEE paper review system.
  3. Payment of the conference registration fee. At least one of the co-authors must be registered for the conference to present the paper.
  4. IEEE approval of a signed IEEE electronic Copyright form (eCf) (online submission)
  5. Submission and approval of a properly revised final paper.
  6. Travel visa approval, for citizens of countries required to do that by Hungary.
  7. ?What else have I forgotten? ...
WARNING : This web-page is an early stage DRAFT that WILL contain errors and omissions. I would appreciate email feedback about the Authors' Guide's [utility for you, content that could be added, broken links, questions]. Additionally, please [comment, question, advise, recount your experiences] on any of the topics of the Authors' Guide.

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