# Editing instructions # The following variables need to be adapted by you: # JJJJ=Year in which the final papers of the proceedings were produced # YYYY=Year in which the workshop took place (in most cases YYYY=JJJJ) # NNNN=Acronym of the Workshop # DD=Day of submission of the workshop proceedings to CEUR-WS.org # MM=Month of submission of the workshop proceedings (MM=01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,09,10,11,12) # The variable # XXX=Volume number of the proceedings with CEUR-WS.org # shall be set by CEUR-WS.org. CEUR-WS.org shall also set the publication date. # # # (*) Replace title of the workshop in the title element # (*) Replace title of the workshop in the heading h1 element # (*) Note that the style file ceur-ws.css and the image CEUR-WS-logo.png are referring to files within # the CEUR-WS.org web site; they are not part of the submission directory # (*) Remove lines starting with # or <pre># when preparing the file index.html # # Some elements are tagged with a "class=CEUR..." clause. Be careful to maintain these tags! # They are used both for formatting purposes and for identifying bibliographic elements. # The CEUR class tags are as follows: # CEURLANG: the main language of the proceedings (eng, deu, fra, spa, rus, ita, por, ...) # according to ISO 639-2/T (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-2_codes) # CEURVOLNR: the volume number of the proceedings **set by us** # CEURPUBYEAR: the year in which the proceedings volume was created (see also YYYY) # CEURURN: the URN of the volume **set by us** # CEURVOLACRONYM: the acronym of the workshop plus YYYY (year of the workshop) # the acronym may contain '-'; between acronym and year is either a blank # or a '-'. The year is exactly 4 digits, e.g. 2012 # CEURVOLTITLE: the title of the proceedings # CEURFULLTITLE: the long title of the proceedings # CEURCOLOCATED: the acronym and year of the conference where this workshop was # co-located with; use "NONE" if the workshop was not co-located with a conference # CEURLOCTIME: the place and time when the workshop took place # CEURVOLEDITOR: full name of an editor of the proceedings # CEURTOC: indicator for the start of the table of contents # CEURSESSION (optional): separator for a section within the table of contents # CEURTITLE: title of a paper within the table of contents # CEURPAGES (optional): numerical range of pages of a paper, e.g. 10-20 # CEURAUTHOR: one author of a paper (use full names, do not include affiliations); # multiple authors should be separated by commas # CEURPUBDATE: the precise date of publication at CEUR-WS.org **set by us** # CEURSUBMITTEDPAPERS: the total number of papers submitted for peer review to this volume # CEURACCEPTEDPAPERS: the total number of accepted peer-reviewed papers (excl. invited papers, keynotes etc) # CEURACCEPTEDREGULARPAPERS: the number of regular-size accepted peer-reviewed papers (optional) # CEURACCEPTEDSHORTPAPERS: the number of short accepted peer-reviewed papers (optional) # #
Copyright © JJJJ for the individual papers by the papers' authors. Copyright © JJJJ for the volume as a collection by its editors. This volume and its papers are published under the Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).
# Instructions for the Proceedings Title # The layout of the proceedings title can be adapted to your needs. # Make sure to include all proceedings editors and their affiliations. # Links to home pages are fine but not required. Some workshops have # a special logo. This could be included here provided that you own the # copyright to the logo. Do NOT include logos of companies, products, # or sponsors. #
# delete one of the following two CEURCOLOCATED lines:co-located with 10th International Conference on Online Publishing (OPub YYYY)
# If the event is virtual, then specify "Virtual Event, City, Country ..." using the location of the local organizer of the event
# use full names, but omit any academic title
# Instructions for Table of Contents # The table of contents normally is a plain list of papers (with titles/authors). # The paper title should be linked to the paper URL (usually pdf). # You may include "session" subsections e.g. to reflect the track structure of your workshop. # Authors should be specified as comma-separated lists with full author names # (like John Smith). Avoid glue words like 'by' and 'and'. If applicable, then lookup how # the author is spelled out by DBLP. # You may also provide additional material such as preface, bibtex files, complete # proceedings as a single pdf, and similar items. The additional items should be # clearly separated from the paper list, preferably after the table of contents. # Please only tag original papers with the CEURTITLE/CEURAUTHOR scheme. Rather do not tag # additional material with this scheme! # For the time being, presentation slides should also not be tagged by CEURTITLE/CEURAUTHOR. # # CEUR-WS shall watermark PDF files in a published volume by its online CEUR-WS.org URL. # If there are certain PDF files like frontmatter or images that you like to exclude # from watermarking, then give it a name like 'xfrontmatter.pdf'. # # For all other PDF files, use functional names like # - paper1.pdf (regular papers; start with paper1, then paper2,...) # - invited1.pdf (invited paper) # - keynote1.pdf (a variant for invited papers) # - short1.pdf (a short paper that still is a citable paper) # - abstract1.pdf (an abstract that is not supposed to be a citable paper) # - preface.pdf (a preface, usually not citable) # By default, all PDF files of a published volume will be watermarked by their online CEUR-WS URL. # You can disable this by prefixing the filename with the letter 'x', see xpreface below. #
# Prefaces, frontmatter etc. typically have no explicit authors. # Note that the <li id="..."> attribute should have the same value as # the name of the file linked to, just without the filename extension. # This allows the table of contents entries to be linked to. # If a preface has explicit authors and has the nature of a paper with # more than 4-5 pages and a list of references, then use the CEUR tags like # for regular papers. # Please provide a summary sentence about the number of submitted and accepted papers. You can explain the peer-review # process in more detail in the preface pdf file. You can change the precise wording of the sentence to adapt it to # the context of your workshop/conference. The tags for REGULAR and SHORT papers are optional. #
# The session element is optional. It structures the table of contents. # Each CEURSESSION must be followed by at least one paper using the li clause # You can also use h3 subtitles without the CEURSESSION tag. Then, no # restriction is imposed. #
# invited1.pdf below is an example of an invited paper. # paper links must follow directly the li element. Note that special characters like accents must be specified in their HTML command form! # invited2.pdf is an example of a multi-page paper with page numbers
# The LaTeX files for the new CEURART style are available as Overleaf Template and as download ZIP. # If you use a local LaTeX locally instead via Overleaf, then install a recent (2020) version of TeX-Live. # The ZIP file also contains the DOCX and ODT variants of the CEUR-ART style.
# The DOCX templates CEUR-Template-1col.docx and CEUR-Template-2col.docx # are available as well. # You may also use the ODT templates CEUR-Template-1col.odt and CEUR-Template-2col.odt. # The DOCX and ODT files are derived from a template created by Aleksandr Ometov # and can be used under a Creative Commons License Attribute-ShareAlike 4.0 International.
# The following are examples of papers without page numbers
# The subsequent paper points to a subdirectory that contains the paper, # possible data sets and other material that is regarded as part of the paper. # Use the model of this subdirectory if you want to give authors the opportunity # to publish more than just the paper PDF. The size of the complete proceedings # should however not exceed around 100MB!