HTML Template for WWW2003 Electronic Poster Proceedings
This document is a HTML template file for WWW2003 electronic poster proceedings.
Please specify your own designated keywords here.
The poster should be no more than 1500 words in length. All pages must fit in US letter-size paper (8.5 in x 11 in). The top and bottom margins should be 1 in. The right and left margins should be 0.75 in. The content should be single column. The title should be centered with the author information under it. Usually, authors should include their names, affiliations, addresses and emails. A telephone number is optional.
The paragraph should be fully justified. Please leave extra vertical space (6 points) between the paragraphs. First-line indent on new paragraphs is optional.
The main body text should use a 10-point Times Roman font. Please follow the style defined in this document for the title, authors and section headings. There is NO need to leave a blank text box at the lower left corner of the first page as the previous version of this template suggested.
2.1 Page Numbers
Please do not include page number in your submission. They will be added in the final publication.
2.2 Figures and Tables
The figures and tables should be numbered and captioned. Captions should be in 9-point Times New Roman bold. Please place the figures and tables close to the text referencing them.
2.3 References and Citations
The reference should be numbered so that citation can be made by putting a number inside a square bracket (e.g. ). The list of reference should be given in the end of the document before the Appendix (if any).
If you have any acknowledgment, please put it right before the Reference section.
- R. Barta and M. W. Schranz. JESSICA V An Object-Oriented Hypermedia Publishing Processor. Comp. Networks and ISDN Systems, 30(1-7):281-90.
- Tim Bary, Jean Paoli and C. M. Sperberg-McQueen. Extensible Markup Language (XML). Technical Report WD-xml, World Wide Web Consortium, 1998. http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/TR/WD-xml.
- Dave Kosiur. IP Multicasting: The Complete Guild to Interactive Corporate Networks. Wiley Computer Publishing, 1998.
- Library of Congress. LC Classification Outline, fifth edition. 1986.
- NCSA. The CGI Specification. http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi/interface.html.
Your submission may contain an appendix after the Reference section.