Submission of LBPs is
now closed. A list of accepted papers is available here.
21st May 2004
Papers describing late-breaking
developments in the field of genetic and evolutionary computation
are being solicited for presentation at the Genetic and Evolutionary
Computation 2004 Conference (GECCO-2004) to be held on June
26-30 (Saturday-Wednesday), 2004 at the Red Lion hotel in
Seattle, Washington USA, and inclusion in a special CD-ROM
to be distributed to all attendees of the conference. This
special CD-ROM is distinct from the conference proceedings.
purpose of late-breaking papers is to provide conference attendees
with information about research that was initiated, enhanced,
improved, or completed after the original paper submission
deadline in January 2004.
Late-breaking papers will be briefly examined for relevance
and minimum standards of acceptability, but will not be peer
reviewed in detail. Paper acceptance decisions will be made
as soon as possible after receipt of the submission, so late-breaking
papers may be submitted any time between now and the May 21,
Note that all papers included in the Late Breaking Papers
CD-ROM must also be presented at GECCO-2004. At least one
author of each Late Breaking Paper must register for GECCO-2004,
or the paper will not appear in the Late Breaking Papers CD-ROM.
We currently plan that late-breaking papers will be presented
orally in special sessions held during GECCO-2004.
Authors will individually retain copyright (and all
other rights) to their late-breaking papers and should feel
free to submit them (either before or after the above deadline)
for publication by other conferences or journal-.
All 4 of the following items must be submitted by May 21,
2004. Because the late-breaking papers are published on a
very tight time schedule, please be very attentive in carrying
out each of the following 4 steps correctly no later than
May 21, 2004:
Send a PDF electronic copy of your paper as an email
attachment to the LBP chair, Maarten Keijzer (email:
Late-breaking papers must be submitted in camera-ready form
in accordance with the camera-ready GECCO-
2004 format specifications
that can be found here. Late-breaking
papers should be no more than 12 pages in length. Please
be very careful about formatting your paper (and testing
it, by printing it out) because of the very tight time schedule.
No paper-based submissions can be accepted.
(2) FAX a SIGNED "permission to publish"
form that can
be downloaded here to the American Association for Artificial
Intelligence (FAX: +1-650-321-4457). No paper-based
submissions can be accepted.
(3) Send a plain text
email to both email@example.com
including the following information:
- First Name and Last Name for all the authors of the paper
- Paper title
- Name and email of the proposed presenter of the paper
At least one presenter of the paper must have paid the registration
fee and be registered for GECCO-2004 by May 21, 2004. Registration
may be accomplished in several ways (including FAX and credit
there will be no opportunity for revisions, authors should
be especially careful that their original submission is fully
compliant with all requirements above.
a PDF version of your manuscript
PDF documents can be produced either by using commercial software
available from Adobe
or by using free conversion tools such as those available
for Windows or the ps2pdf and pdflatex utilities
under Unix/Linux. In addition, recent versions of MS Word
may be able to save directly in PDF format. Please, preview
your PDF file with acrobat
reader to check that all the fonts and figures are properly
reproduced before submitting the manuscript.