Abstract or Full Paper (Optional) submission
The conference welcome only abstracts or full papers submissions that can be presented either in oral or poster sessions.
Guidelines for submitting an abstract
• Please do not use any accents (no accents in names, affiliation, title and abstract).
• Please do not capitalize letters. Titles and names should be written with lower letters except from the first letter which should be in capitals. E.g. The estimation of GARCH models. John Smith.
• Type of presentation: Please choose Invited Talk if you have been invited by the session organizer to submit an abstract in a session. Contributed Talks are regular (non invited) talks.
• Choose one of the organized or general sessions when you submit your abstract.
• The abstract should be at most 200 words in a single paragraph. The title should be at most 15 words.
• Simple Latex syntax can be used, e.g. $\hat{x}_i$, $\beta$, etc. Plain text should be used and without any accents.
• The abstract should not list or contain any references (e.g. do not have statements like "... in John Smith (2009)"). Please, use third person and avoid redundant terms like "this paper", "this work" etc.
Guidelines for submitting a full paper
• The papers should have a computational statistics component in order to be considered for publication in the COMPSTAT proceedings. All submissions must contain original unpublished work not being considered for publication elsewhere. All submissions will be refereed.
• The paper should be written using the provided LaTex Style files and not exceed 12 pages. A dvi file must be generated.
• The abstract should be identical to that submitted for the Book of Abstracts. The abstract should be at most 200 words in a single paragraph, written in the third person and without statements like "This paper/work". Plain text should be used and without any accents. Simple Latex syntax can be used, e.g. $\hat{x}_i$, $\beta$, etc. The abstract should not list or contain any references (e.g. do not have statements like "... in John Smith (2009)").