CONF: ACM Hypertext'93 Call for POSTER Submissions 
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 CONF: ACM Hypertext'93 Call for POSTER Submissions

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HYPERTEXT'93
CALL FOR DEMOS & POSTERS
1993 ACM Conference on Hypertext
Seattle, Washington, USA
November 14-18, 1993

DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT: Monday, August 2, 1993

Last call (maybe)!!:

        There's still time to submit a demonstration or a poster
        for presentation at Hypertext'93.

Posters and demos allow researchers to present late-breaking
results, significant work in progress, or work that is best presented in
conversation.  Poster and demo sessions permit a more direct, one-on-one
exchange of ideas.

Demos are an effective way to present a hypertext technique or application
that is embodied in a working system.  Please indicate hardware and software
requirements.

Posters are an effective way to present hypertext ideas, methods, techniques
and empirical findings.  Posters can also be used to describe working systems
when supporting hardware/software is unnecessary or unavailable.

Demos and posters are presented in parallel during two sessions.  (Sessions
will probably be 6-9pm on Tuesday & 4-6:30 on Wednesday; posters will also
be on display throughout the conference.)  Because of the interactive
nature of poster/demo presentations, presenters should be available at all
times during each of the scheduled sessions.  In general, this will mean
that only one submission will be accepted per presenter.

This is not a trade show exhibit.  Presenters should be directly involved in
the work being presented rather than marketing or sales people.

Instructions for Submitting Proposals
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Demo Proposals:
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The proposal should include a two- to three-page description of
* the problem
* what was done
* why the work is important.
* explain how the demo will illustrate your work.
* hardware/software/electrical or other special requirements for your demo.

Please provide cover information:
* the title,
* the name and affiliation of the presenter(s)
* complete address (including telephone, fax, email) for the presenter to whom
  correspondence should be addressed.  
* indicate the role(s) that the presenter(s) took in the work being presented.

* Please indicate hardware and software requirements, including electrical
* Also include a 100-word summary for possible inclusion in supplementary
  proceedings that is distributed at the conference.

Email submissions are preferred to paper submissions (postScript, RTF or
ASCII format).  Please no faxes.  Send submissions to:

William Jones
Demonstration Session Chair
Boeing Computer Services
P.O. Box 24346, MS 7L-44
Seattle, WA 98124-0346 USA
phone: 206 865 3319

(Please send electronic submissions postScript, RTF or ASCII format).

Poster Proposals:
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The proposal should include an EXTENDED abstract of at most two pages
emphasizing:
 * the problem,
 * what was done, and
 * why the work is important.

Please provide cover information:
 * the title,
 * the name and affiliation of the presenters(s),
 * a few keyword phrases,
 * complete contact address for the presenter to whom correspondence
   should be addressed.  (including telephone, fax, e-mail)

E-mail and fax submissions will be accepted.
E-mail submissions are PREFERRED over paper which is preferred over fax.
PostScript and RTF are okay.  LaTeX, troff, Scribe, Word, WP, etc. are not.

Send submissions to:

Gary Perlman
Poster Session Chair
Computer & Information Science
228 Bolz Hall, Ohio State University
2036 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH  43210-1277
phone: +01-614-292-2566, fax: +01-614-292-2911

--
Gary Perlman, Computer & Information Science, Ohio State University
228 Bolz Hall, 2036 Neil Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210-1277  USA



Sat, 30 Dec 1995 06:12:45 GMT
 
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