Call for Papers, Demos, and Posters. Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research and surveys of theoretical or practical significance to graph drawing. Demonstrations of systems incorporating original and innovative research ideas are also solicited. A system demonstration should include illustrative screen dumps and a description of the system's functionalities. Regular papers and demos must be labeled as either long or short; long papers will be assigned 12 pages in the conference proceedings, and short papers 6 pages. Submissions of posters in graph drawing and related areas are also solicited. The purpose is to provide a forum for the communication of results (which may appear elsewhere) t,o the graph drawing community. A poster will be given 2 pages in the conference proceedings. Submission of substantially similar papers or demos to GD 2004 and to other conferences with published proceedings is not allowed.
Graph Drawing Contest. Following the tradition of previous conferences, a graph drawing contest will be held. A $1,000 prize will be awarded to the winner. Details on the contest will be provided on the conference web site: http://www.gd2004.org.
Franz-J. Brandenburg (Universitšt Passau)
Christian Duncan (University of Miami)
Emden Gansner (AT&T Labs)
Stephen Kobourov (University of Arizona), chair
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Instructions for Authors. Each submission must include an indication of its type (paper, demo description, or poster) and contact information for the primary author. For a paper or a demo, an indication about whether it is a regular or a short submission must also be given. Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. Detailed submission instructions will be provided on the conference web site: http://www.gd2004.org.
Proceedings. Accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings, which will be included in the Springer-Verlag series Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Final versions of accepted submissions are due at conference.