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JURIX-03 Formatting Instructions (Main Conference)

Message 21/10/03: Please note the additional email address for the crc-version of your paper or abstract!

Papers accepted for the main conference will be published in an edited volume by IOS Press. The final version of your paper MUST be sent as an email attachment to Rinke Hoekstra at the following two email addresses: hoekstra@lri.jur.uva.nl and hoekstra@dds.nl at October 20 at the latest, in camera-ready electronic format, using the style file for either LaTeX 2e or LaTeX 2.09 or Word. Further author instructions provided by IOS Press can be found here. See also the further instructions for authors below.

Please note that the camera-ready version of your paper MUST NOT be longer than the maximum allowed number of pages. For papers accepted as full papers the maximum allowed number of pages is 10 pages, for papers accepted as research abstracts it is 2 pages. (Note that research abstracts need not contain an abstract of the research abstract.) Papers longer than the maximum allowed number of papers cannot be included in the proceedings.

Further instructions for LaTeX

Authors preparing their final paper in LaTeX 2e should add the following commands at the beginning of their file to ensure correct handling of the margins:

\setlength\oddsidemargin{3.5pt} \setlength\evensidemargin{3.5pt}
\setlength\marginparwidth{1cm}
\setlength\topmargin{-1,35cm} \setlength\headheight{12pt}
\setlength\headsep{25pt}
\setlength\footskip{12pt}
\setlength\textheight{25.2cm} \setlength\textwidth{15.6cm}

Further instructions for Word

Authors preparing their final paper in Word should note the following:

Please take into account that every paper is translated to LaTeX before being sent to the publisher. For this reason it is higly advisable to send any pictures used in the paper in separate files, preferably using a high resolution (200-600dpi). As Word uses some obscure way to include pictures, these can only be recovered from Word documents at a resolution of 72dpi (whereas print is at 600dpi).

Another thing to consider about the use of pictures is that the proceedings will be printed in grey-scale: any color-coding will be lost.

For questions concerning the formatting of the camera-ready version of your paper or abstract please email Rinke Hoekstra.