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Sixth International Workshop on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing

18-20th June, 2008, London, UK


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~ Author's kit

The papers submitted to the CBMI 2008 workshop should conform to the IEEE style restrictions (see in the following). Additionally, authors should take into account the following guidelines:

  • all the contributions must be written in English;
  • the maximum length for the papers is 8 (eight) pages, including all the contents (figures, tables, references, results...);
  • the papers have to be formatted according to the guidelines specified in the example files;
  • the only accepted format for the papers is the PDF file format;
  • failure to meet the formatting requirements stated in this pages and in the linked guidelines documents could result in your paper not being included in the workshop proceedings.
Templates and example files

Please, refer to the following when preparing the paper for submission:

download Example paper containing the guidelines [PDF]
download Template file for LaTeX systems [ZIP]
download Template file for Microsoft Word [DOC]
PDF file format

The PDF file format is the only one accepted for the submissions. For the MS Windows users, PDF Creator is a free virtual printer for the creation of a PDF file from virtually every program. The LaTeX users can create PDF files via pdflatex. A number of virtual printers are available for Linux systems as well. On Unix system, PDF files can be obtained from PS ones using the command-line tool ps2pdf.

Please follow the IEEE guidelines on the creation of PDF files suitable for the inclusion in IEEEXplore® (particularly referring to the section 3.1 of this document). Make sure to embed all the fonts that are used in the document.

For any further information, please contact the conference organisers.