Guidelines


 

Regular papers will be reviewed by members of the review panel, assessed for quality and best means of presentation. Communications will be assessed for quality and, if accepted, will be for poster presentation only. The submission and review of papers for MICCAI 2004 will be conducted electronically.

We strongly encourage authors to respect the three following guidelines:

puce Due to the large size of the Scientific Review Committee (more than 120 researchers from around the world) and the diversity of operating systems they use (including Windows, Mac-OS, UNIX, and LINUX) we are using the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) for submission and review. If you do not have a converter, please visit Adobe to purchase a converter or to use their free trial, or visit www.pdf995.com. LINUX/UNIX users should use their local ps2pdf converter or GSview. Other formats will automatically be rejected by the paper-management system. Papers may be regular (up to 8 pages, including all references, tables, and figures) or communications (up to 2 pages).

puce We expect to publish the proceedings as Lecture Notes in Computer Science by Springer. You must use the templates available on the Springer website to prepare your paper.

puce Authors should be aware that colour figures are extremely expensive to reproduce in the proceedings (350 Euros per page). To ensure a fair review, if they are submitted in colour, they must agree to pay in full at the time the final version of the paper is submitted.

Papers not complying with these rules will be removed from the reviewing process.

When writing your paper, keep in mind that your submission will be evaluated according to some important criteria like:

Relevance to the MICCAI community
Originality of the work
Clarity of the presentation
Solidity of the methods
Soundness and persuasion of results and discussions especially with respect to validation issues
Clinical relevance of the work


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