NZCSRSC'10 uses the EasyChair conference management system to handle paper submissions. To successfully submit a paper to the conference, please follow the steps below:
Easy Chair allows users to toggle between different roles. As an author you will be able to see your own submission. As a program committee member, you'll be able to view, download, and review the 3 papers assigned to you. Each author must review all 3 papers assigned to them using the review templates available on Easy Chair before the end of the review period. Following the completion of the review process, authors will be notified about their submission outcome.
For questions regarding the submission and review process, please contact Fahim.
There has been some discussion in the past that student reviewers are sometimes overly critical, which can have a demoralizing effect on the students whose work is being reviewed. We attach an article that recently appeared in "Communications of the ACM" called "Hypercriticality" that points out that this problem may be endemic in Computer Science discipline. We would like to ask all the reviewers to heed the article and be sensitive when providing their reviews.
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All submissions will be checked for plagiarism. Plagiarism will not be tolerated. If you are unsure what constitutes plagiarism, or would like more information on academic referencing, please visit Massey University's plagiarism page.
These papers are work in progress. They are not archival publications and will not constrain future submissions. Your work in progress may be reused for later publications if appropriate. Copyright belongs to the author(s)/owner(s) of the paper. Note that this is a student conference reviewed by students.
If accepted, the author (or one of the co-authors) should present their paper/poster personally at the conference.