ASAP 2010 — 21st IEEE International Conference on
Application-specific Systems, Architectures and Processors

July 7-9, 2010  Rennes, France

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Instructions for Authors

New camera ready deadline is now May the 11th

Authors should prepare a PDF version of their paper. Papers must be in English and with standard length of at most 8 pages for regular papers and 4 pages for posters, double column, in IEEE conference format (US Letter size, 8.5 x 11 inches) including text, figures and references.

Please format your final submission according to the following files:

The first of these will de-compress into a number of useful files, including an example TeX file. But if you are impatient and just want the quick start, just include at the beginning of your file:

\documentclass[10pt, conference, compsocconf]{IEEEtran}

Please do not modify this line by using any other options!

IEEE Style Check

When preparing the camera ready paper, it is mandatory to verify the IEEE Xplore compatibility using IEEE PDF eXpress. A specific conference ID to access the verification tool has been provided to you within the notification email. In addition, IEEE PDF eXpress can also be used to create the PDF file from your source files, such that the PDF file is automatically IEEE Xplore compatible. Please do not use the article templates from the PDF eXpress site but the above listed files.

After using IEEE PDF eXpress, upload your IEEE Xplore-compatible PDF to

by May 11, 2010.

You must also upload the signed copyright form. Get this form from here and fill it out. If you cannot modify the pdf file of the copyright form, please send it by fax using the number provided in your paper notification e-mail.

Presentation Guidelines

Each regular talk lasts 20 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of Q & A. Posters presentations will last 2 minutes and will made to the whole audience.The conference room is equipped with a notebook computer and a computer projector. Please prepare your slides in Powerpoint (preferred) or PDF format, and give the file to your session chair before your session starts. Due to limited height of the room, please avoid putting important information in the bottom quarter of your slides.

Posters should be 30"x40" in size.


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