Papers Publication : The seminar papers are availble in IEEE Digital Library (DAT'2017).

Final Paper Submission Guidelines

      This file contains instructions for authors of accepted papers to DAT’2017 on how to prepare and submit the camera ready versions of their papers. Please read thouroghly .

PDF Instructions for DAT’2017 Authors

Preparing Your Camera Ready Paper

Before creating your pdf

Creating your PDF eXpress Account

      Log in to the IEEE PDF eXpress site:

  • First-time users should do the following:
    • Select the New Users
    • Enter the following:
      40533X for the Conference ID
      • your email address
      • a password
    • Continue to enter information as prompted.
    • An Online confirmation will be displayed and an email confirmation will be sent verifying your account setup.
  • Previous users of PDF eXpress need to follow the above steps, but should enter the same password that was used for previous conferences. Verify that your contact information is valid.

Creating your Xplore-compatible PDF

      If the PDF submitted fails:

      If you are not satisfied with the IEEE PDF eXpress-converted PDF:

Getting Help with PDF eXpress

      Access the Publications Support Center for IEEE PDF eXpress.

      If the PDF file submitted passed the PDF eXpress Check, and you are satisfied with your IEEE PDF eXpress-converted PDF file:

Submit Your Camera Ready Paper


IEEE PDF eXpress converts the following file types to PDF:

For documents created in formats that do not embed source files, include all support files with the final manuscript in a folder. Put this folder in a compressed archive for submission. If it is possible to embed images in the source document, you should do so to avoid potential issues, such as missing graphics. A DVI file is required for LaTeX conversions, in addition to the associated image files. Make sure that your LaTeX system can output a DVI file, otherwise it cannot be converted by the IEEE PDF eXpress. Be sure also to check that your images are properly referenced, and that DVI can handle the image file types used (DVI does not handle some newer image types, e.g., *.png).

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