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Instructions to Author

All accepted papers would be published in the (i) seminar proceedings, which will be made available during the seminar, and (ii) some high quality papers presented along with a few invited contributions will be considered for publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Remote Sensing (IJRS).

We will ask that all authors (contributing to DRTC-ISI Annual Seminar 2009) who are interested in submitting a full paper to the special issue notify Dr. Sagar at bsdsagar@isibang.ac.in as soon as possible. Full publication quality papers will need to be received by Dr. Sagar on or before 30th January 2009. Electronic version of your paper must be submitted in  MS Word. Papers need to be sent to bsdsagar@isibang.ac.in. Please note that all submitted papers must conform to IJRS manuscript guidelines. Based on the seminar theme and the quality of the collected papers, Dr Sagar will send a select number (20-25) of papers out for peer review to be included in the Special Issue of International Journal of Remote Sensing IJRS.

Key Dates

Deadline to receive manuscripts for Seminar is  – February 25, 2009.

CALL FOR PAPERS for Special Issue of International Journal of Remote Sensing:

Theme of the Special Issue: Spatial Information Retrieval, Analysis, Reasoning and Modelling

The following Five-Points would be of help while submitting manuscript for this special issue.

1.             You will need to create a User Account in the website http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tres if you don't already have one.

2.             You please read the 'Instructions for Authors' and make sure that your paper is prepared in the journal's style (there are links to this on the log in page as well as on the website screen in 'Instructions and Forms').

3.             The submitting author should log in and submit the paper via your 'Corresponding Author Centre'.  You will have to enter details of ALL authors when they are submitting the paper, and they will need all their email addresses to do that.

4.             You should choose 'Special Issue Paper' from the 'Manuscript Type' picklist, even if you think it is a Research Letter, Tech Note, Research Paper, or Review Article.  If you don't, you will be Asked by Editorial staff to do it all over again.

5.             You should enter the name of the Special Issue in the box provided. 'Spatial Information Retrieval ' will be enough.

Please follow the above five points carefully by specifying clearly that this paper is meant for special issue on "Spatial Information Retrieval...". Once you submit the paper successfully, the paper would be directed to me or to Jean Serra to do the rest. If you require any further information or help at any stage, please contact to me.

Guest Editors of IJRS Special Issue

B. S. Daya Sagar, Indian Statstical Institute--Bangalore, India.

Jean Serra, Université Paris-Est, Laboratoire d'Informatique Gaspard Monge, Equipe A3SI, ESIEE Paris, France

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