Details on UAI-96 Submission Policy

The UAI Proceedings are relied upon internationally as an archive of the premier meeting on methods for reasoning under uncertainty in computer-based systems. The Proceedings are key references for new developments on theory, methods, and applications of automated uncertain reasoning. As such, UAI insists that papers submitted for review represent original, previously unpublished work, and, if accepted, that a revised version of the paper, including changes based on the recommendations of UAI reviewers, will be created and received in camera-ready form by the published due dates. UAI frowns on authors submitting papers to UAI while the same material is under review for another conference or journal. In answer to queries about UAI '96 policy on such parallel submissions: Parallel submission will be allowed only under the following conditions:

Authors must clearly indicate on their cover page:

By the date promised for an author's decision, email should be sent to the UAI Program Co-chairs indicating the authors' decision. UAI reviewers will be asked to delay the review of these submissions until this date. Submissions will be rejected without review if reviewers assigned to the papers do not have sufficient time to review them, given the review timetable.

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