I submitted two papers to a conference on EDAS. I checked EDAS and I saw a change. They added this sentence at the end of both papers page submission: "You have authored an accepted paper."

The results of the acceptance will be announced in 10 days, but I was wondering if I can take this as a sign of an accepted paper? My advisor thinks otherwise, and he says we need to wait.


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    What does the EDAS site say? – Solar Mike Jan 26 at 4:46
  • The official results will be out in 10 days. But when I check EDAS it says "You have authored an accepted paper." @SolarMike – Jacob Jan 26 at 18:36
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    Let’s be clear - how do they explain their statements, do they provide more info elsewhere on their site... – Solar Mike Jan 26 at 18:52
  • @SolarMike No nothing. I think there is a probability that only one of my papers got accepted. I can't wait till the next 10 days. :( – Jacob Jan 26 at 23:15
  • @Jacob: And was it indeed an accepted paper? – OnurA Jul 11 at 13:17

The answer is Yes! Although, you need to be careful that it doesn't mean all of your papers are accepted (if you have submitted several papers). It means, at least one of your papers is accepted.

  • It meant that in your case, one of your papers got accepted. – ndpl Aug 15 at 13:30

This is a bug in EDAS and yes if you only had one paper, it means that it is accepted.

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