Preparation of Final Versions
The deadline for submission of final versions is
December 4, 1998.
Addendum: Marks used in Reviews
Unfortunately, we omitted the definition of the evaluation values from
the notifications we sent to authors. Here they are:
- A landmark paper
- A strong paper
- The paper has good results
- Acceptable, with slight favour
- Acceptable, but likely to reject
- An unsatisfactory paper
- A bad paper
- The paper has serious bugs
- Out of scope of STACS
For preparation of final versions, please use the following material:
The final manuscript is due on DECEMBER 4, 1998. Instructions to prepare
and deliver the final manuscript are included below. The deadline is
firm and the technical rules from the publisher are strict. It is there-
fore strongly recommended to send the final manuscript as early as pos-
sible so that the manuscript can be technically checked by the organi-
zers and (if necessary) corrected by you.
The proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag as a volume of Lec-
ture Notes in Computer Science. For this reason, your manuscript must be
prepared according to the instructions given by Springer at
Note in particular that your manuscript should show no page numbers or
running heads. The page limit is 10 pages (including references and / or
appendices). Manuscripts exceeding this limit will be rejected.
Springer Verlag will make the proceedings available in an electronic
version, too. Therefore, we ask you to submit:
- the PostScript file of the final version,
- all the source files, e.g., tex files for the text and ps or eps files
for figures, the final dvi file (for papers prepared using LaTeX or
and, if possible,
- a PDF file of the final version of your contribution.
Please ensure that in all cases the text to be included into the pro-
ceedings is identical to the postscript version. We strongly recommend
to use LaTeX for the preparation of the final manuscript. Normally this
causes no unsolvable technical problems and allows the publisher to pro-
duce hyperlinks for the electronic version.
Please submit the files of your final version via FTP, as follows:
1. cd to a directory containing all the files to upload.
2. Open an anonymous FTP session to stacs.uni-trier.de, i.e.:
-- Enter the command: ftp stacs.uni-trier.de
-- As username, enter: ftp
-- As password, enter your email address.
3. Create a directory to upload your files to, and cd there. Enter:
(assumed that your paper was submission number T001 and your name is
4. Upload your files. For the "text" files (including TeX sources and
PostScript files), enter:
For the "binary" files (including DVI and PDF files), enter:
5. Close the FTP session with the command
6. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including:
-- the type of computer (Unix, Windows, Mac, ...) you prepared your
-- the type of software (LaTeX, Word, ...) used to do so,
-- the exact name of the directory you created, and
-- a list of the files you supplied.
Before submitting the files, please make sure that no further changes
will be needed. Once your submission is completed, we cannot accept cor-
rections or repeated submission.
Please send a signed Copyright Form available from Springer at
by surface mail or by fax to
Prof. Ch. Meinel
Lehrstuhl Theoretische Informatik
- STACS'99 -
Fachbereich IV - Informatik
It is sufficient if one author signs the form on behalf of all the other
I am looking forward to see you at STACS'99. More information about the
conference is and will be available at
-- Christoph Meinel (STACS'99 Program Committee Chair)