DAC assumes that authors have no additional COIs with TPC members, beside those that have been declared at the time of manuscript submission.
If a manuscript is found to have failed in identifyng a COI, during or after the paper selection process, the submitted manuscript will be automatically rejected.
In stage two (Manuscript Submission), the manuscript itself is submitted.
Authors are responsible for ensuring that their manuscript submission meets all guidelines, and that the PDF is readable.
There will be no chance of resubmitting to correct any issues.
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In addition, authors should make sure to fulfill the conflict of interest rules as specified in the "Conflict of Interest" tab at the top of this webpage.
It will also feature special themes including automotive electronics and security.
Acceptance rates for manuscript publication are uniform across all topic areas and they have been hovering around 21-23% for the past several years.
Submissions which fail to follow the above guidelines will be automatically rejected.
In serious cases, the authors’ names will be reported to IEEE/ACM and kept in records, as well as sent to the Technical Chair or the Editor of the venue where the duplicate manuscript was submitted; the authors may be banned from publishing at future DAC conferences. DAC has a blind review process in which the author’s identity remains anonymous.