Call for Papers for the special issue of the journal Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications on CGAL.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Special Issue of
Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications
CGAL - the Computational Geometry Algorithms Library
Submission deadline: March 1, 2006
The international journal Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications is planning a special issue on CGAL, the Computational Geometry Algorithms Library. CGAL is an open source C++ library, see http://www.cgal.org. Its goal is to make the most important methods developed in computational geometry available to users in industry and academia, by providing easy access to robust and generic geometric algorithms.
We solicit original research papers describing contributions to CGAL, or applications critically using CGAL. Topics of interest include implementations of known and new algorithms in computational geometry, the design of generic software, algorithm engineering aspects, experimental verification, and benchmarking.
Work describing contributions to CGAL should be related to existing packages, or to new packages submitted to the CGAL editorial board. Formally, acceptance is independent of the package reviewing process, but the opinion of the editorial board will be a factor in the decision.
Work describing applications should clearly state in which way the application depends on CGAL, and why the usage of CGAL is crucial for its functionality.
We ask for regular papers, not source code, not documentation. It is expected that the paper provides a link to source code, and there may be code fragments also in the paper to show how some functionality is used or realized. Full versions of previous conference papers are encouraged.
- Submission Deadline: March 1, 2006
- Acceptance Decision: July 1, 2006
- Final version due: November 1, 2006
All efforts will be made to ensure timeliness of the special issue. Please submit only if you are able to deliver the final version of your accepted paper by the indicated date.
Electronic submission is preferred. Please email a PostScript or PDF file of your manuscript together with a cover letter to either of the two guest editors of this special issue:
Bernd.Gaertner (at) inf.ethz.ch or Remco.Veltkamp (at) cs.uu.nl
Alternatively, you can send 4 hardcopies to one of the editors:
Institute for Theoretical Computer Science
Center for Geometry, Imaging, and Virtual Environments
Institute of Information and Computing Sciences
3584 CH Utrecht
All submissions will be refereed following the usual high standards of the journal. Additional information can be obtained by communicating with the special issue guest editors.
Computational Geometry, Theory and Applications is an international journal in computer science published by Elsevier, see http://www.elsevier.com/locate/comgeo