Final Submission and Proceedings
Yes, you can make any change by logging into the conference management system using your account User ID and password before the deadline of final version of manuscripts.
The manuscript that you choose to publish in proceedings is called final version, since we do not make any modification on it. You must follow the format available on the conference website to prepare your manuscript to be final version.
Manuscripts must be prepared using Microsoft Word. Please follow the “Style Guide for Authors” in the website.
The full paper for journal publication should contain no more than 15 pages. There will be a charge of US $35.00/page for all additional pages for journal publication.
(FAQ 13) If I send you a full paper and it is accepted, can I just have the abstract published in the proceedings? Or if a full paper is sent to you and it is accepted, the full paper has to be included in the proceedings? And if I just want to get an abstract published, can I just submit an abstract? Please clarify it.
Nets 2010 only accept full paper. Any abstract or extended abstract will be rejected. Nevertheless, it is ok if you just want to get an abstract published in the proceedings.
(FAQ 12) The acceptance letter reminds me that I have to upload the final version of my manuscript to the conference. Why do I need to do that? I have already sent the conference my final manuscript when I submit my manuscript.
After receiving the acceptance letter and paper revised suggestion, you still have an opportunity proofreading your paper and making necessary revision. That is, it is the last chance to modify your manuscript. After the deadline of final submission, your manuscript can no longer be changed. The deadline for uploading your final version of manuscripts is announced in the websites.
Anyway, if authors do not submit their final version of manuscripts, the original submission of manuscripts will be used for the conference proceedings. That is, the announced final submission deadline is the last date to update or revise the manuscripts. Thereafter, the conference proceedings will be finalized.