SIGMOD Submission Guidelines For Demos
The Demos program has become rich and competitive in the recent
years. Demos of large and innovative systems are solicited. Submit up
to 4 pages in electronic form (PDF --- preferred,
Postscript, Word, or ASCII) to the Demonstrations Chair. Demonstration
proposals will be evaluated and selected by the demonstration/exhibit
program evaluation committee. Successful demo proposals are expected
to provide one page of description for the electronic and printed
proceedings, by the camera-ready due date (March 10th, 2003).
For details see Camera-Ready
Copy Formatting Instructions below. Other
arrangements necessary to perform the demonstrations, will be made
after communication with the Local Demonstrations Chair.
Note that demo submissions need NOT hide author information.
Submissions are due on or before 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, November 8th, 2002.
Send the submission electronically (ASCII, Word, Postscript or PDF) to
Camera-Ready Copy Formatting Instructions
Here are guidelines for formatting your papers. The
page format must be double-column and single-spaced in 9pt or larger font.
Please submit a PDF version of your manuscript, formatted for 8 1/2" x 11" paper,
following the ACM proceedings formats referenced at the end of this paragraph.
Proceedings templates are available in Word, WordPerfect, and LaTeX (v. 2.09 and 2e).
These templates are located at:
For the LaTeX formats, you may use either the standard style or the SIG-alternate style,
which is more efficient.
Note: Although the ACM templates include headings for "Categories and
Subject Descriptors," "General Terms," and "Keywords," these are not used by
SIGMOD and can be omitted from your submitted paper.
Papers must be in PDF. It is essential that they print without difficulty on a
variety of printers using Adobe
Therefore, authors must be sure that any special fonts are included, etc. It is
the absolute responsibility of the authors to ensure that their paper
is in PDF and will print easily.
Authors of accepted papers will need to sign an ACM copyright release form and present
their paper at the conference.