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ICTERI 2016 Submission Types and Evaluation Criteria

Four types of submissions are solicited for the main conference of ICTERI 2016:

(i) Regular (Full) Research Papers

The papers in this category are the reports on the accomplished research work. They present a novel method, technique or analysis with appropriate empirical or other type of evaluation as a proof of validity.

  • Main evaluation criteria: originality, technical soundness, soundness of evaluation
  • Page limit: 16 CCIS pages

(ii) Short Research Papers and Extended Abstracts

The papers in this category are the short reports of the preliminary results or describing the work in progress.

  • Main evaluation criteria: originality, technical correctness and possible value of the planned results in a short to mid-term perspective
  • Page limit: 8 CCIS pages; 4 CCIS pages for extended abstracts

(iii) Discussion, Survey, or Problem Analysis Papers

The papers in this category will help understand the relevant problem and also a method, technique or approach to solving a problem. A paper will include a reasonable review placing the addressed problem onto the state-of-the-art landscape and analyzing how far current solutions fall short. Clear definitions and argumentation are also expected in terms of qualitative or quantitative representation of the main characteristics of the problem.

  • Main evaluation criteria: the soundness of the problem analysis and the interest for the scientific community
  • Page limit: 16 CCIS pages

(iv) Industry Experience Reports or Case Studies

The papers in this category report on industrial deployments of ICT.

  • Main evaluation criteria: significance and practical relevance, technical soundness, and accompanying evaluation or industrial validation
  • Page limit: 12 CCIS pages