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I submitted my abstract at MISG-2015 conference at Malaysia. I got a mail stating that it was accepted. Does this mean that my abstract will be published?

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  • Do you have your full content paper ready? – scaaahu Apr 9 '15 at 6:18
  • yes it is ready – Arun Apr 9 '15 at 6:52
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    globalilluminators.org just does not seem right. Are you 100% sure that this is a legit conference? – Alexandros Apr 9 '15 at 12:29
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    The main areas of inquiry at MISG-2015 include agriculture, complex analysis, set theory, nanotechnology, climatology, cardiology, HIV/AIDS, biotechnology, robotics, aeronautical engineering, anthropology, religious studies, small business management, water desalination technologies, etc. (together with an unbelievably long list of other topics), while the scientific review committee has 12 members. – Anonymous Mathematician Apr 9 '15 at 12:58
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    Even taking into account the six-person advisory board as well as the committee, I can't believe the conference could do a responsible job of handling all the topics they solicit papers on. It's just way too many topics, with far too few people to have genuine expertise in everything listed. – Anonymous Mathematician Apr 9 '15 at 13:01
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Here is your answer http://www.globalilluminators.org/misg-2015-kualalumpur-malaysia/publication-prospect/ Your abstract and paper if you submit will be published in the proceedings, they are then put into selection for journals, but there is zero guarantee about that.

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    +1 I think the question was mainly about the conference proceedings, but it's good to include both! – Marc Claesen Apr 9 '15 at 11:57

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