The proceedings of The Tenth International Conference on Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods in Scientific Computing (MCQMC 2012) will be published by Springer-Verlag, in a book entitled Monte Carlo and Quasi-Monte Carlo Methods 2012, edited by Josef Dick, Frances Y. Kuo, Gareth W. Peters, and Ian H. Sloan.
The deadline for manuscript submission is June 30, 2012.
Every conference speaker is invited to submit a paper based on his/her talk. Each submission will be refereed and only a number of selected contributions will be published. There is a limit on the total number of pages of the volume, so please keep your articles as short as possible (without giving up clarity, of course).
As a guideline, manuscripts based on a presentation in a special or contributed session should not exceed 16 pages in the required format, and preferably less. These manuscripts should contain original research contributions not published elsewhere, and should be based on talks given at the conference. The manuscripts based on invited plenary talks and tutorials may be longer and can also be more survey-oriented. The authors must make sure that they have all the required rights to publish their material in the Proceedings.
1. Use a template
The manuscripts must be prepared in LaTeX2e with Springer's style files. Please use the links below to download the necessary files into a common folder/directory:
If in doubt on how to use the style, refer to the following original instructions from Springer:
It is not necessary for manuscript preparation, but the complete package of LaTeX styles, macros, instructions, samples, etc. can be obtained from Springer website (navigate to: Manuscript Preparation in LaTeX).
All papers will use an even number of pages in the book. So there is no point in making an effort to go from 14 to 13 pages, say. But going from 14 to 15 really makes a difference.
Please do not include colored figures unless they are absolutely necessary. (Justification for colored figures should be provided in the email when submitting your manuscript.)
Please do not use footnotes.
2. Use basic LaTeX commands
The book will be compiled from one root LaTeX document that will
3. Prepare the bibliography
We recommend using BiBTeX with Springer's preferred style file
References must be in alphabetical order. Please do not abbreviate journal names.
Initial Manuscript Submission
Please email one PDF file containing your manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading "MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION". The manuscript must be prepared in LaTeX2e with Springer's style files. The name of the PDF file should start with the first author's surname. The deadline for manuscript submission is June 30, 2012.
Final Submission for Accepted Manuscript
When submitting the final version of your accepted manuscript, please email the following to email@example.com with the subject heading "FINAL MANUSCRIPT":
No other format of document is accepted (no exception). The names of all the files should start with the first author's surname.
Please proof-read your final version very carefully. A list of commonly encountered LaTeX errors is provided on Pierre L'Ecuyer's webpage. The author instructions and the reference guide contain a longer list of typesetting recommendations.
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