Tuesday, February 2, 2010

[DMANET] CP 2010: Call for Papers

Call for Papers

CP 2010

Sixteenth International Conference on Principles and Practice of
Constraint Programming


6-10th September 2010

St-Andrews, Scotland

Paper submission 13th April 2010, 12 Noon BST = GMT + 1

Paper notification 3rd June 2010

The CP conference is the annual international conference on constraint
programming. It is concerned with all aspects of computing with
constraints, including theory, algorithms, applications, environments, languages,
models, and systems.

CP 2010 includes a Technical Program, where presentations of research
and application papers and invited talks will describe the best results and
techniques in the state-of-the-art of constraint programming. One day of
Workshops precedes the conference. Tutorials and the Doctoral Program
will form part of the main program.

Papers are solicited from any area involved with constraints. The
conference proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in
Computer Science series. Full-length papers are limited to 15 LNCS pages.
Short papers are also encouraged, limited to 8 pages. These will be reviewed to
the same standards of quality as full papers, but will naturally contain less
quantity of new material. Short papers will have the same status as long papers
and be eligible for the best paper prize.

The best papers at CP 2010 will be invited to a special track at
IJCAI-11 featuring papers from specialized area conferences. They will also be
eligible for an expedited reviewing and decision process for publication of an
extended version in JAIR.

Contributions of research papers may be theoretical, empirical, or some
combination of the two. The program committee is instructed to judge
each type of contribution equally, and contains theoretical and empirical
experts suited to assess papers of all types.

Reports on successful applications of constraint technology are
particularly encouraged. Applications Track papers will be reviewed to the same
quality as other papers. However, significant practical value, or the
demonstrated utility of constraints technology, will be decisive for
Applications Track submissions.

Further information is provided on the conference website. Author
instructions will be available on the submission page.
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