Submission Methods & Requirements
1. Papers for publication must be submitted in full paper electronically via the following email. All edition and update must be done up until the submission deadline.
2. The authors are suggested to use the Formatting Template to meet formatting requirements. Your paper must comply with the following specifications: Paper Length: Each paper should be within 4-8 pages, each registration covers 4 pages, for extra pages, fee will be charged.Official language is English in paper writing and presenting.
3. Submissions to ICDS 2023 should report on significant, original, and previously unpublished results on any aspect of design of complex systems or artifacts. All submissions will be subjected to double-blind peer reviews, who are expert or have been experiencing in the related field for years. The accepted papers must be revised, taking into consideration the referees' comments and suggestions, before inclusion in the conference proceedings.
4. At least one of the authors listed on the accepted paper must pay the registration and make a presentation on-site.
5. Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit full papers that include the following elements:
·Metadata – title, keywords, abstract, professional affiliation(s), and cited references in the bibliography must be included, and written in the English Language.
·Abstract – a brief and objective summary that previews the rest of the paper it describes. It should be succinct yet provide enough information about the paper to facilitate a decision on whether the entire paper could be read with profit.
·Introduction – an introductory statement of the purpose of the paper, usually describing the hypothesis that will be tested and a summary of related previous work by others.
·Methods – the methods that are used to test the hypothesis should be given in sufficient detail that another researcher in the field could duplicate the testing.
·Results – the hypothesis should be tested and data representing the results of the testing presented.
·Conclusion – the data should be discussed and the results interpreted, and conclusions given.