# SFCA 2013FPSAC '13

## Submissions

#### Submission of final versions of accepted abstracts

The option to submit extended abstracts for consideration for FPSAC 2013 closed on November 23, 2012. This page is intended for those whose submitted extended abstracts have been accepted as talks or posters.

April 29, 2013 at 23:59 (PST) .

The accepted extended abstracts will be published in a proceedings volume of DMTCS (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science). The authors will retain the right to publish a full version of their work in another journal. Authors who do intend to publish a full version elsewhere should, however, make sure that their conference contribution is clearly an extended abstract of this full version.

#### Instructions for authors specific to final version

1. Your new submission should consist of:
2. All files required to compile the file. Since the proceedings are being published in DMTCS, you must continue to use the dmtcs.cls class file;
3. A PDF file of your submission compiled from these.
2. Please take special care with the author', title', keywords' commands and the abstract' environment. None of them should include unbreakable spaces (\ ' or ~'), non-ascii characters, \cite' or \ref' commands, or any user-defined commands. Write out any citations, rather than referencing the bibliography.
3. While you were strongly encouraged to include a summary in French in your original version, you are required to do so in your final version. If you are not a French speaker then, as a first option, ask a French speaking colleague to provide an abstract. If you cannot find anyone to help, please contact mmishna[at sign]sfu.ca and we will provide a translation.
4. The final proceedings will be in PDF format. So, please send your figures in pdf formats. The (standard) package graphicx is used by dmtcs.cls to include graphical data; please do not use epsf or similar. Use the includegraphics command to incorporate figures into your extended abstract. Your use of the command can be as simple as
\includegraphics[width=0.25\textwidth]{figure_filename}

Note that the file name is given without an extension (pdf or eps). Don't include the extension of the graphic file in the command! Please leave the choice of the desired format to the graphicx package. A typical inclusion of a figure as part of a LaTeX figure environment would look something like:

\begin{figure}[htbp]
\begin{center}
%% Don't use epsfile!
\includegraphics[width=0.25\textwidth]{figure_filename}