Short paper submissions

Where full papers tend to involve fully fledged discussions and analyses, short papers are better suited to specific issues or aspects of hypertexts. Short papers tend to be both less formal and a higher proportion of short papers are accepted for the conference than are full papers.

Submissions

Short paper submissions for HT'01 are due May 10, 2000. No late submissions will be accepted. In addition, HT'01 will accept electronic submissions only. PDF submissions are highly preferred, however Postscript submissions will also be accepted as long as all fonts required to view the document are embedded. Short papers are to be two pages in the conference format (see the content of the templates provided for further explanations of the format.) Short paper submissions are accepted starting February 1, 2000 through the conference Web site.

NOTE: Evaluation of short papers is carried out under the assumption that the submitted version is the final version, the schedule does not allow any further revisions.

Short paper submissions for HT'01 are due May 10, 2001. No late submissions will be accepted. In addition, HT'01 will accept electronic submissions only. PDF submissions are preferred, however Postscript submissions will also be accepted as long as all fonts required to view the document are embedded. Instructions for submitting your electronic submission are located here. Papers should be no longer than 2 pages, as specified in the templates below.

See templates for full formatting instructions.

Important dates

May 10th, 2001: Short Papers due
May 31st, 2001: Notification of acceptance for Short Papers

Templates

Authors are strongly encouraged to use one of the existing document templates to create their paper. HT'01 requires submissions to be in "final format," to promote a uniform style for the final proceedings and to ease the revision process for accepted manuscripts. Templates are available for FrameMaker, Microsoft Word, and LaTeX. In addition, the templates are also available in text, postscript, and PDF formats.

Application Template
FrameMaker .mif
Microsoft Word .rtf
LaTeX .sty
LaTeX 2e .sty
Also available .txt, .ps, and .pdf

Contact Information

If you have any questions, contact:

Hugh Davis, HT'01 Program Chair
David Durand, HT'01 Proceedings Chair

Last modified: Monday, 23-Apr-2001 11:11:03 CEST