The 29th Int’l Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS 2009)

June 22-26, 2009     Montreal, Quebec, Canada


Author Instructions

At least one of the authors of ICDCS 2009 or ICDCS 2009 workshop papers must register with a FULL registration for the conference by March 25, 2009 for your paper to appear in the Proceedings.  For authors with multiple papers in ICDCS 2009 or ICDCS 2009 workshops, each paper must be accompanied with a separate full registration.

The Author's Kit for accepted papers in ICDCS 2009 and ICDCS 2009

Workshops is available by following these links:

ICDCS 2009:

ICDCS 2009 Workshops:

In each link, there are a number of steps to follow, in order to

upload your camera-ready manuscript in PDF that conforms to all IEEE

Computer Society formatting standards.

Here are some highlights that you should pay attention to successfully

format your camera-ready paper.  All of these instructions are also

included in the Author's Kit.

1. Page limits.  Each paper in ICDCS 2009 or ICDCS 2009 Workshops is

allowed 8 pages, including all figures, tables, and references.  Up to

2 extra pages may be purchased at $250 (US dollars) per extra page,

which can be paid at the time of registration.

2. Formatting instructions.  Each paper in ICDCS 2009 or ICDCS 2009

Workshops has to be formatted in a double-column, single-spaced

fashion, and strictly following the IEEE Computer Society templates,

downloadable from the official web site of IEEE Computer Society:

In particular, the LaTeX template and formatting instructions can be

downloaded from the following link:

To correctly use the LaTeX template (IEEEtran.cls version 1.7a,

included in the archive), you must have the following line as your

first line in your LaTeX source:

\documentclass[conference, compsoc]{IEEEtran}

Please note: Do not remove "[conference, compsoc]" from this line.

Otherwise the paper will be formatted completely differently.

The Microsoft Word template can be downloaded from the following link: