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2003 IEEE INFORMATION THEORY WORKSHOP

"La Sorbonne", Paris, France, Spring 2003

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Camera ready paper


Preparation of Camera Ready Manuscripts

Electronic submission of final manuscripts in PDF or PS or DOC or LaTeX format is required. Manuscripts should be prepared according to the example below. The LaTeX style file may be used to assist authors in preparation of their manuscript. Authors using other document preparations systems should attempt to reporoduce the style and format of the example as closely as possible.

Note that your manuscripts should be no longer than four (4) pages.

LaTeX style file, Example manuscript (TEX), Example manuscript (PDF), Example manuscript (PS)


Useful package : flushend.sty. This package is used by the conference LaTeX style file. It enables us to equalize the two columns of the last page.

Submission of Camera Ready Manuscripts

Camera-ready manuscripts are due February 16, 2003.
Manuscripts should be emailed to:

itw2003@enst.fr
Manuscripts may be compressed if required using the zip (.zip), gzip (.gz) or compress (.z) programs.

Important note : A full registration (e.g., non-student) by at least one author is required at the same date than the camera ready paper. For more details, click here.

A completed IEEE Copyright Form is also required for inclusion of the paper in the Proceedings. An electronic version of the IEEE Copyright form may be downloaded on this site (PDF version, DOC version). Please download and print the electronic version of the IEEE Copyright form and send the completed copyright form via mail or via fax to SEE (Société des Electriciens et Electroniciens):
SEE Conference Department
17 Rue Hamelin, 75783 Paris Cedex 16 - France
Fax: +33 1 5690 3708

Guidelines for Speakers

  • Each presentation (except recent results) will be 20 minutes. This includes question time, so please plan your presentation to allow time for discussion.
  • For recent results, the talk will be 10 minutes including questions.
  • An overhead projector as well as a computer data-projector will be available for use.



Authors: Marie Baquero and Philippe Ciblat | © 2003