The Workflow and Templates
Please be aware that ACM has introduced a new ACM Primary Article Templates and Publication Workflow. Starting March 1, 2020, all ICPS events are required to use the new workflow: https://www.acm.org/publications/taps/word-template-workflow. The Primary article templates and workflow are to be used in conjunction with the ACM e-Rights System and the ACM CCS 2012 Author Support Tool found in the ACM Digital Library.
STEP 1: Please register your paper using the following link: https://siet.ub.ac.id/event/siet22/read/registration/cf3b75c
STEP 2 (Microsoft Word): Write your paper using the Submission Template (Review Submission Format). Follow the embedded instructions to apply the paragraph styles to your various text elements. The text is in single-column format at this stage and no additional formatting is required at this point.
STEP 2 (LaTeX): Please use the latest version of the Primary Article Template - LaTeX (1.90; published April 4, 2023) to create your article submission. Use the “manuscript” call to create a single column format. Please review "Preparing your article with LaTeX documentation" should you have any questions.
STEP 3: Submit your paper for review.
STEP 4 (Microsoft Word): Upon acceptance, you will receive an email notification to download the ACM Primary Article Template - Microsoft Word. Please choose the correct template version based on your platform: [MAC 2011, MAC 2016, or Windows] and save the .zip file to your local machine. Open the zip file and save the template file to your machine and then follow these instructions to attach the ACM ArticleTemplate to your accepted submission version and prepare your paper (still in single-column format) for validation.
STEP 4 (LaTeX): Proceed to step five.
STEP 5: Authors will receive an email notification with instructions to upload your Camera Ready (finalized) source file set to The ACM Publishing System (TAPS). Please make sure that you and your authors approve firstname.lastname@example.org in their email settings to ensure that all messages from TAPS are received. Download these instructions for the information on how to use TAPS. TAPS will process your paper and auto-generate proofs of your article for your review.*
*Final review and approval of your paper rests with the Editor (Production Chair / Program Editor / Production Vendor). Journal papers will be copyedited and an additional set up proofs sent for author review.
The output formats (the traditional PDF proof and a new HTML version) provide enhanced accessibility, responsive formatting, and reusable components (i.e., extractable math) within the HTML output.
Note: While you may need to make corrections to the output in TAPS, you MUST revise the file which was uploaded to TAPS. This means you may not reupload new versions from your locally kept source files.
For more detail, please refer to this page.
TYPE OF PEER REVIEW
SIET utilizes a double-blind review method whereby both the author and reviewer remain anonymous during the entire process.
SIET selects reviewers based on their expertise and regularly updates its database. While the author can suggest reviewers, these recommendations may or may not be utilized.
During the review process, reviewers are asked to assess the manuscript's originality, methodology, adherence to ethical guidelines, presentation of results, and support for conclusions. However, reviewers are not expected to perform copyediting or language correction.
After the review process is complete, the author will receive a final decision along with any reviewer recommendations, which may include verbatim comments. Ultimately, the editor is responsible for accepting or rejecting the manuscript based on the advice of the reviewers,
SIET enforces a no-show policy. Any paper accepted to the conference and included in the final program is expected to be presented at the conference during its scheduled presentation date and time by one of the paper's authors. Papers that are not presented in the conference will not be included in the final Proceeding
Submitting papers that are identical or largely similar to versions that have already been published, accepted for publication, or simultaneously submitted to other conferences or journals is not acceptable. Such actions would be in violation of our policy against dual submissions. As a result, the organizers retain the right to reject such submissions or remove them from the proceedings.
All authors and program committee members, including reviewers, are expected to adhere to established ethical guidelines. Plagiarism, in any form, is strictly prohibited, as is the unethical use of privileged information by reviewers, such as sharing it or employing it for purposes other than the reviewing process. Usage of text generated from large-scale language models (LLM), like ChatGPT, is only allowed if clearly presented as part of the paper's experimental analysis.
Any suspected unethical conduct will be thoroughly investigated by an ethics board, and individuals found in violation of these guidelines may face appropriate sanctions. This year, we will maintain a record of individuals who have breached these standards. If individuals representing conferences, journals, or other organizations request this list for decision-making purposes, we may disclose this information to them.
AUTHOR GUIDELINES (submission stage)
SUBMISSION PREPARATION CHECKLIST
- SIET has a policy of not accepting papers that are currently under review or have already been accepted or published by another conference or journal.
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- For submissions to the peer-reviewed track of the conference, authors' names are replaced with "Author" and the year in the bibliography and footnotes to ensure anonymity in the double-blind review process. The author's identity should not be revealed anywhere in the submitted paper.
- If submitting for peer review, all Microsoft Office documents, including Supplementary Files, must have their personal information removed from the file properties by going to File, selecting Save As, clicking Tools (or Options in a Mac), selecting "Remove personal information from file properties on save," and then saving the document.
Authors are invited to submit the full paper in English through EDAS. All submitted manuscripts will undergo a review process for acceptance.
Authors follow the EDAS submission process to submit manuscripts. The article format must adhere to the given template. Please note that by submitting manuscripts, authors agree to reformat their articles to the newest submission template when changes in the manuscript submission template occur. Editor-in-chief approves manuscripts submitted to the conference after plagiarism check with a maximum allowed similarity of 25%. SIET 2023 employs a double-blind reviewing process in collaboration with editorial board members and independent reviewers around the world. The authors’ names are removed from submission (reviewers do not know the author’s identity or vice versa). The authors should ensure that their identity never appears anywhere in the submitted paper. Once a manuscript passes quality control, it is assigned to a member of the editorial board (or an expert in the field which will become a guest editor) for conducting the peer-review process for making a decision on accepting, minor revision, major revision, or reject of the article.
The names and email addresses provided on this conference site will only be used for the specific purposes of the conference and will not be shared with any other party or used for any other purposes.