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The page limit for a full-length paper is 10 pages. Per extra page Rs. 1000/- (Indian Author) need to be included in the registration fee. For Foreign author USD 25/page need to paid.

For Latex users:Latex users need not submit an MS word file. Instead, they need to include the source files in a folder and include this folder in the camera ready zip file submitted.

Following are the details need to be furnished in Consent to publish (Copyright) form:

Series Title: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, Springer
Title of Book/Volume/Conference: Soft Computing: Theories and Applications
Editor(s) name(s): Tarun Kumar Sharma; Chang Wook AHN; Om Prakash Verma; Rajesh Kumar

MS Word Format:Doc Template

LaTex Formatting Macros:Tex Template

Further, please submit a zip folder that includes Final manuscript in MS Word/Latex; Copyright Form and Payment proof at socta2016@gmail.com with a subject line: SoCTA_PaperID_# of paper for e.g. SoCTA_PaperID_01.

Kindly complete the registration process in time and also fill the registration form available on Registration page of website.

The page limit for a full-length paper is 10 pages. Per extra page Rs. 1000/- (Indian Author) need to be included in the registration fee. For Foreign author USD 25/page need to paid.


IMPORTANT !

Each paper must have a corresponding registered author to be included in the proceedings. Papers that do not have an associated registered author will not be included in the proceedings. The deadline for author registration is given on the Conference Home Page so be sure to register by that time to ensure that your paper is included in the proceedings. Please ensure that you complete your registration early.

If FINAL ACCEPTED PAPER is found to have plagiarized, the paper will be removed from the proceedings. (Restrict the Similarity Index below 20%)