On-Line Abstract Submission
Submissions of original contributions are now accepted on-line only
. For on-line
submission each participant should use the web-based abstract system operated
by the congress secretariat. Submissions by e-mail or hard copies
will not be accepted
. Before sending an abstract please read
carefully the following instructions.
Before submitting your abstract
The abstract submission system can be used only with
a valid author account (user name and password) provided upon registration
in the abstract submission system.
the abstract submission system the author should register his or her
name first by entering at least one e-mail address, user name and other
personal data. After saving these data the abstract system sends immediately
a confirmation with a password by e-mail.
The author will
be owner of the abstracts. Only the owner can create new abstracts
or modify previously registered papers before the abstract submission
deadline. The owner will also be considered as first and presenting
author of the abstract and will be informed on acceptance, presentation
details and instruction by the scientific committee.
authors have rights to make any modification on abstracts, taking also
full responsibility for content and spelling. All changes made by an
author will be confirmed immediately in form of a pdf document.
Format of abstracts
Both poster and talk contributions require a submission
of a maximum of 500-word abstract not including the
title, names and affiliations. You can type your abstract directly to
the on-line form or paste a previously edited text. A plain text should
be used. Do not use any formatting elements (bold or italicus typefaces,
bullets, list elements, symbols, borders, lines, etc.) The abstract
system does not accept charts, tables, graphics or photos, only
text formatted abstracts can be submitted.
Before adding your abstract to the system it is advised
to check the number of words and characters using a text processor.
not capitalised, maximum length:
60 characters NAME OF AUTHORS
initials PRECEDE surnames (spaces - not full stops - between initials)
J F Kennedy, A Dumas, J-J Rousseau
full address (eg department, institute/university,
street, town, post- code, country), Affiliation of first author first,
other authors (where affiliation differs from that of first author)
identified with *, **, ***, etc; e-mail address(es) to be placed at
the very end of the address section. Please eliminate fax and phone
numbers (see examples below). Please ensure that postal and e-mail addresses
are as accurate as possible.We use the e-mail address to contact each
T Miura, T Ishida*, Y Nishida**, K Ishimatsu (Graduate School of Human Sciences,
Osaka University, Yamada-oka 1-2, Suita, Osaka 565-0871, Japan; * School of Human
Sciences, Waseda University, Mikashima, Tokozawa 359-1192, Japan; ** National
Research Institute of Police Science, Kashiwanoha, Kashiwa 277-0882, Japan; e-mail:
must be sufficient for work to be obtained.
Journal citations should give author(s), year, journal title, volume,
and page numbers. Book citations should give authors, year, title, town
and name of publishers (see examples below).
... (Bedford et al, 1987 Australian and New Zealand Journal of Ophthalmology 25
91 - 93)
... Levelt [1968 On Binocular Rivalry (The Hague/Paris: Mouton)]
... [Michotte, 1946 La Perception de la Causalite (Louvain: Institut Sup rieur de
... (Oliva and Torralba, in press International Journal of Computer Vision) ...
... (Yeshurun and Carrasco, 1998 Perception 27 Supplement, 69) ...