Submissions and publications

Paper and abstract submission information:

Participants of the conference are invited to deliver a contributed talk and to take part in one or more of the special sessions. Participation of younger researchers is also encouraged. Two categories of submissions are proposed:

(a) full papers or extended abstracts, not exceeding 12 standard pages (in justified cases, the papers up to 20
     pages will be accepted
),
(b) abstracts (1-2 pages).

Submissions of type (a) are optional, whereas submissions of type (b) are obligatory for those who would like to give a talk at the conference. Papers of kind (a) must not be published or considered for publication elsewhere. For the technical reasons, both kinds of contributions, that is, (a) and (b) will be treated as papers (longer and shorter, respectively) and should be submitted using EasyChair available at:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=6pcm

Both kinds of contributed papers will undergo a peer review procedure. Final versions of invited papers and accepted contributed papers/extended abstracts will be published as chapters of an electronic multi-author edited book with an ISBN number. Abstracts of invited and accepted contributed talks will be published electronically and in a traditional (paper) book of abstracts. Both the multi-author edited book and the book of abstracts will be provided to participants of 6PCM on USB drives and, possibly, on CDs at the beginning of the conference.

After the acceptance, final versions of full papers/extended abstracts should be formatted according to the Springer’s LNCS (llncs2e.zip) LaTeX style available from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html.
The same LaTeX style should be used for formatting abstracts of accepted contributed talks.

In exceptional, justified cases, a Word-style formatted paper will be accepted upon an author's request.

More details on submissions of final versions of full papers/extended abstracts and final versions of abstracts will be given in some time.

Post-conference publications

After the conference, authors of selected contributions will be invited to submit their extended papers to scientific journals. At present the following has been arranged:

- Extended versions of the papers presented at the sessions Quantitative Methods in Economics and Decision Support in Negotiation may be published in Optimum Studia Ekonomiczne http://optimum.uwb.edu.pl (a scientific journal from the list B of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education) on the usual terms.

- Extended versions of the papers presented at the session Fuzzy Calculus and Its Applications may be published in Advances in Computer Science Research http://www.wi.pb.edu.pl/index.php/nauka/aiscr (a scientific journal from the list B of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education) on the usual terms.

More information will appear soon.