Author instructions (archived)

Conference submissions are closed now. These are instructions for the authors of the full and short papers that were accepted.

Papers will be available through the ACM Digital Library, posted to the AIRWeb website and included in the WWW conference CD-ROM.

Page limit: full papers are limited to 8 pages; short papers will be permitted 4 pages. This limit includes all figures, references and appendices.

Template: we will be using Option 2 of the ACM SIG proceedings templates. If you use Latex, please add the following code right after the \begin{document} section:

\conferenceinfo{AIRWeb}{'07, May 8, 2007 Banff, Alberta, Canada.}

If you use other text processing software, please make sure this appears at the bottom of the first page of your paper, right after the standard ACM permission block:

AIRWeb’07, May 8, 2007 Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Copyright 2007 ACM 978-1-59593-732-2 ...$5.00.

Subject headings: the paper must include ACM Computing Classification categories and terms to be included in the ACM Digital Library.

Copyright form: please sign and fax this copyright form. FAX: (+34) 93 542 1150 ATTN.: MIA PADULLES

Uploading: camera-ready versions should be uploaded via EasyChair by the final deadline: 30 March 2007. This deadline can not be extended. To upload your paper, please login into EasyChair, click on the paper-id in the menu on top, and then select Submit a new version.

Challenge submissions

For information on the format for submitting the predictions, visit the Web Spam Challenge website. Predictions should be submitted via EasyChair by the deadline for the challenge: 3 April 2007.