You Don't use NetScape or Internet Explorer EISTA 2017
The 15th International Conference on
Education and Information Systems,
Technologies and Applications: EISTA 2017
in the context of
The 11th International Multi-Conference on Society, Cybernetics and Informatics: IMSCI 2017
 
July 8 - 11, 2017 Orlando, Florida, USA



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  Submission of a Draft Paper to Be Reviewed by a Modified Version of Kaplans Method

To submit a draft paper (with a maximum of six double-column single-spaced pages or a maximum of 5000 words) to be reviewed by a modified version of Kaplans Method, you should enter the data regarding the paper, your possible co-author(s), as well as the data related to two reviewers that you should propose for the open, non-blind review of your paper. You should suggest at least two (2) and no more than three (3) reviewers for the open, non-blind, non-anonymous reviewing of your draft paper. You should not suggest yourself or any of your co-authors for the open, non-blind reviewing of your paper. You may propose your adviser, any of your professors or lecturers, colleagues, co-workers, etc. You should know the reviewers you are suggesting, and you should contact and inform them about the reviews they would be doing for you.

Submitted draft papers: a) will be sent to three reviewers chosen from the Program Committee (and the additional reviewers) of EISTA 2017 for its double-blind reviewing process; b) will also have an open, non-blind review based on the reviewer(s) proposed by the author of the paper; and c) could be posted as received, without any previous screening, by the Organizing Committee, on the web site of the conference where it can be accessed, via password, by some authors who made submissions in the same area, sub-area or topic. The posting of the submission as received, without any previous screening, would be done in the context of a participative peer-to-peer reviewing.

Draft paper acceptance, or non-acceptance, for their presentation in the conference, will be based on both kinds of reviews, i.e. open (non-blind) and double-blind reviews.

All reviews (open and double-blind) will also serve, along with the selection of sessions best presented papers, as basis for selecting the best 25%-30% of the final papers for their future publication in the Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics (JSCI).

Please enter the data about your submission. It is highly recommended that you do not omit any co-author. When entering the required data, a summary of these data will be displayed in the summary box below. Once you have included all your submission data, please click on the "NEXT" button, located below the summary box. Then, you should proceed to include the data related to the reviewer (s) you are proposing for the open review of your submission.

 



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