2001 IEEE International Symposium on Performance Analysis of Systems and Software
November 4-6, 2001
Tucson, Arizona; USA



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Organizing Committee
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Instructions for Preparation and Mailing of Final, Camera-Ready Version

The final, camera-ready versions of all papers are due NO LATER THAN September 28, 2001. Each paper must be accompanied by: 

A signed IEEE Copyright form ( Proof of at least one full-rate (non-student) conference pre-registration. Please visit for registration information. Extra page charges, if applicable @ U.S. $100 per extra page. 

A single hardcopy of your paper, single-sided and prepared in accordance with standard IEEE Computer Society conference 2-column format (see: must be mailed to reach the publication office NO LATER THAN September 28, 2001. The address for mailing all final, hardcopy papers is: 

Attn: ISPASS-2001 
2600 Anderson Street 
Madison, WI 53704 
Telephone: 608-246-2600 

Please also send a softcopy (postscript/pdf) of your final paper to: Craig Chase: and Pradip Bose:

Page Limits and Extra Page Charges

Regular accepted papers (full papers) are allowed up to 8 pages in the conference proceedings. Papers accepted as SHORT PAPERS are allowed up to 4 pages in the conference proceedings.

If your paper exceeds the prescribed page limits, extra page charges (U.S. dollars one hundred, $100 per extra page) will apply. Please send your extra page charges, if applicable to: 

Dr. Nadeem Malik 
Finance Chair 
Bldg 902, 2B-019, internal zip 9451 
IBM Corporation 
11400 Burnet Road 
Austin, TX 78758 

The check should be made payable to: ISPASS-2001 

Conditionally Accepted Papers

Authors of conditionally accepted papers must send a softcopy (postscript/pdf) version of their papers, to the program chair ( and to any other PC member (as specified in the letter sent to them) by September 10, 2001 (LATEST: September 14, 2001). On approval by the program chair, the authors should follow the mailing instructions for the hardcopy as above. 

2001, prepared by Tilman Wolf