CPS provides an online conference publishing system.
CPS Online, the Computer Society's online collaborative conference publishing system, provides you with a Web-based project management tool that you can access 24/7 to find out the real-time status of your conference. CPS Online lets you submit six variations of quotes, check scheduling, and let you and your authors upload files with any Web browser.
CPS conducts the quality assurance.
Papers submitted through the Online Author Kit are all put through a rigorous quality-control process so that they are both print and Xplore compliant.
CPS submits your papers in the CSDL and Xplore.
CPS prides itself on the timely submission of conference media to the CSDL and Xplore. All conferences and conference proceedings must meet IEEE's quality standards.
CPS takes care of the paperwork.
CPS editors make sure necessary paperwork is filed. They obtain l required copyrights, Library of Congress/ISSN, ISBN and other bibliographical registration details. All of the author papers in your publication will have a Digital Object Identification Number (DOI), allowing for easy searches and protection against plagiarism.
CPS helps protect your conference's reputation.
CPS understands the importance of a conference's reputation. That's why we offer the protection of the IEEE No-show policy. If a presenter doesn't attend a conference without legitimate reason, the conference organizer has the right to pull their paper from final posting to the CSDL, Xplore, and indexing. This gives organizers another tool to make sure their conference never picks up the reputation as a paper mill event.
CPS handles shipping and delivery.
All the work that goes into creating a conference publication can be undone by one simple word: Customs. CPS recognizes the importance of staying on top of shipping and works extensively with international shipping representatives to make sure conference media is delivered on time, every time.
CPS makes sure your publications look professional.
CPS has highly skilled graphic artists on staff to make sure your conference publication looks as professional as the work inside. They will work with the editor and conference organizer to give each conference a unique look for all media types. In addition, there's no additional charge for four-color cover art.
CPS handles the indexing.
Conference publications published by CPS are submitted for indexing through INSPEC, the leading English-language bibliographic information service providing access to the world's scientific and technical literature in physics, electrical engineering, electronics, communications, control engineering, computers and computing, and information technology. All CPS conference publications are also submitted for indexing to EI's Engineering Information Index, Compendex, and ISI Thomson's Scientific and Technical Proceedings, ISTP/ISI Proceedings, and Current Contents on Diskette. IEEE conference publications may also be indexed into specialized indexing services based on their content topic.
CPS handles the marketing.
A large part of our publication process includes worldwide distribution through IEEE library subscription plans to an array of technical, academic, and corporate libraries. Equally important is marketing your publication to Computer Society members, customers, major technical booksellers, and wholesalers. An important part of the service CPS provides is making sure your publication is properly registered with the international organizations that allow for more efficient marketing of your publication by CPS, IEEE, booksellers, libraries, universities, wholesalers, and distributors. This allows your publication to reach a large, global audience beyond your meeting's attendees.
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