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ADCS 2010 : The Fifteenth Australasian Document Computing Symposium


Conference Series : Australasian Document Computing Symposium
When Dec 10, 2010 - Dec 10, 2010
Where Melbourne, Australia
Submission Deadline Oct 18, 2010
Notification Due Nov 15, 2010
Final Version Due Nov 22, 2010
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Call For Papers

ADCS 2010 Call for Papers

This is the first call for papers for the Fifteenth Australasian
Document Computing Symposium. ADCS 2010 will be held in Melbourne
on Friday 10 December 2010.

ADCS 2010 is an opportunity for researchers and practitioners in
document management and information retrieval to meet and present
their work. The symposium aims to cover all aspects of Document
Computing - issues ranging from the fundamentals of document
architectures and standards for markup, through storage, management,
retrieval, authentication and workflow, to active and virtual
documents. The symposium will emphasize both commercial and academic
issues by encouraging a variety of submissions.


Topics of interest

The symposium topics include (but are not restricted to) the following:

* Cognitive Aspects of Documents
* Digital Libraries
* Document Databases
* Document Management
* Document Standards (XML, SGML etc)
* Document Workflow
* Information Retrieval
* Multimedia Document Management
* Multimedia Resource Discovery
* Natural Language Techniques and Documents
* Personalised Documents
* User Studies Involving Documents
* Web Documents

Important dates

Deadline for submissions: Monday 18 October 2010
Notification of acceptance: Monday 15 November 2010
Final version due: Monday 22 November 2010
Symposium: Friday 10 December 2010

Submission information is available at

Full papers

Full papers should describe new contributions or analyse research issues. These
papers should be at most eight pages (around 3000 words) long. Please refer to
the guidelines for papers on the conference web page.

Posters, short papers, industry status reports

To encourage participation by industry, and to provide a place for work of a
more speculative nature, ADCS invites submissions for short papers, up to a
maximum of four pages (around 1500 words). A typical proposal might describe a
leading-edge solution to a practical problem in document management. Short
papers follow the same format as for full papers. The mode of presentation of
short papers is via a poster session. Accepted short papers will be included in
a separate section of the proceedings.


If you would like to give a demonstration of your system, please submit
an abstract following the same format as for full papers.


Electronic copies of the papers will be made available on the website.
All submissions will be fully refereed by a blind refereeing process, at
their full published length, and will comply with DEST criteria for
fully-refereed conference papers (category F1).

Program organisation

Conference chair
Andrew Turpin University of Melbourne, Australia

Programme co-chairs
Falk Scholer RMIT University, Australia
Andrew Trotman University of Otago, New Zealand

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