CLEF 2015 Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum
Experimental IR Evaluation meets Multilinguality, Multimodality, and Interaction
8-11 September 2015, Toulouse - France
Instructions for CLEF 2015 Working Notes in the CEUR-WS Proceedings
As in 2014, The CLEF 2015 Labs working notes will be published in the CEUR-WS.org proceedings. The electronic Working Notes will be organised according to the Labs. If one group participates in more than one Lab, separate reports are to be submitted. Moreover, for those Labs that are subdivided in several tasks, separate reports for different task(s) are to be provided.
The publications will be divided into the following main sections (and sub-sections):
When the author logs into easychair they will find a separate "Easychair Track" for each CLEF Lab and once they have selected the correct "Easychair Track" for their, as in the figure below.
Afterwards, in the paper upload form, after the keywords, authors will find a checklist with the "Submission Topics" corresponding to the different tasks in that Lab. Please mark one of them:
For each of the tasks in which they participated, groups are requested to submit a report describing their experiments. After the review process, if the paper will have been accepted, authors will be requested to submit the Camera-Ready Version of the paper, according to the reviewers' recommendations.
For each Camera-ready paper’s submission, three items are required:
Submission of papers is to be done electronically through the Easychair system.
Using EasyChair for Paper Submission
Please remember that the strict deadline for receiving the final electronic versions of all papers is:
During the upload of the Camera-Ready version of the accepted papers, a scanned and signed version of the CLEF copyright form must be uploaded with the source and PDF files of the submission (otherwise the submission will not be published in the final working notes).
GUIDELINES TO PREPARE REPORTS FOR CLEF2015 WORKING NOTES
The working notes papers are technical reports written in English and describing the participating systems and the conducted experiments. They should provide, at least, the following information:
The papers must be formatted according to Springer Instructions for Authors, whose Word and Latex templates are available at:
The paper should not exceed 12 pages (but as they are published only electronically, the length is not too important).