Questions tagged [extended-paper]

On papers that are extended into a longer version from their original short form, e.g. a conference or workshop paper extended into a journal paper.

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Should an extended version of a Paper contain the existing Paper?

I have a conference paper published in A and now they have invited me to submit an extended version of the Paper in a Journal. Due to page limitations, I had a lot of work that I couldn't present at ...
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Is it justifiable to submit two research papers of Mathematics in two different journals simultaneously on the same problem but in different methods?

I have submitted a research article on a particular research problem in a Mathematics journal few days ago. But now I have been abled to answer the same research problem in a different method and ...
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Paper was accepted for publication 6 months ago without any updates since then, how should I proceed?

About a year ago a paper, that me and my coauthors prepared and presented at a conference, has been selected to be published in a revised and extended form in a special issue of a reputable journal. ...
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Do I need to rephrase my conference abstract when submitting the corresponding journal paper?

I am submitting an abstract for a conference that, if accepted, will be published in its "book of abstracts". I know that wouldn't cause any issues for submitting the paper to a journal, but ...
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Will similarity index in an unpublished yet accepted conference paper count after its journal version appeared online [closed]

I submitted my conference paper to IEEE ICC. It took nearly 4 months in decision. During waiting time, I also submitted its 2 extended versions to 2 different journals. The conference paper met ...
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Do I have to change the article name when it is the extended version of my published paper?

I'm submitting the extended version of my published conference paper to a journal that has a special issue specifically related to that conference. Besides adding 30% of more material to the article (...
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Is it unethical writing two papers addressing two aspects of the same research project

I am currently a master student working in robotics. In my research project, I have been building up a systematic framework for my research problem. I have collected a dataset in the process and ...
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Use idea of a paper to prove new result

I'm a phd student of Mathematic. I have following question. Recently, I proved something that I got main idea from some paper. To be honest, I don't like my proof, because I use the proof of paper, ...
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Extended paper - should I keep someone who virtually had no contribution?

I had a paper accepted at a conference and want to extend it with some new material based on the comments and submit it to a journal. One of the co-authors was added to the conference paper because ...
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Most part of my result is as same as orginal version. Can I make a paper? [closed]

I am a PhD student in mathematics. Recently, I could extend some old result to higher dimensional. I want to make a paper. But I doubt that is a good result or not, because most part of my proof is ...
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When submitting an extended version, is it mandatory to include all authors of the original paper?

In my field, it's a common practice to publish a work at a conference first, then extend it (typically with 25%-40% more content) and submit it for publication in a journal. Often the extension is ...
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Are Prior Publications allowed in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory?

I have a paper written that is about 17 pages. I plan to submit a shortened version of it of only the main ideas to a conference with a 10 page limit next month, but I also want to submit the full ...
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Submitting theory papers to EECS conferences with hard 8/10 page limit

Paraphrasing the 'Call for Papers' for the popular networks conference INFOCOM, submissions on a wide range of research topics, spanning both theoretical and systems research are invited. INFOCOM also ...
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Is it acceptable to add results to an arXiv publication?

I have a paper (in computer science) which I have sent to a conference and I am planning to make a journal version which will contain some extra results. Is it acceptable to put the conference version ...
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Should I upload my conference paper to extended (but entirely novel) Journal submission?

I am submitting my journal article to IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. This is a completely new work. However, initial results have been submitted to IEEE Globecom 2018 (the result will be ...
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Extending work without plagiarism

I am working in a sub-field of computer science (deep learning), more specifically a particular application of LSTMs to learn simple functions. My work is building on the work of another researcher to ...
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What to do when untrusted claims are made in an extended abstract of which the full version hasn't appeared

I've read a certain 'extended abstract', published in conference proceedings, that presents a useful mathematical analysis of a computational problem and uses that to provide a sketch for an algorithm ...
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Can we write a case study by referring our previous work instead of re-writing?

I have been writing some papers for a while in computer science. Now when I look at my case study, I found it too long to be as a section in a paper. Instead, i want to write a separate paper for the ...
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Submit an extended version of a computer science conference paper to a non-CS journal

I know that CS journals usually accept extended version of a conference paper with some, say 10%, new contents. But is it still true for non-CS journals?
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Can I work alone on an extension of a paper that had multiple authors?

Is it permissible for one of the authors of a paper to work alone for the extension of that paper?
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How to publish an extended version of a Springer journal article on arXiv?

Our team successfully participated in a challenge. We are now in the process of describing our approach in a paper. Initially, each team was supposed to write a separate article which would have ...
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Simultaneous submission short version to conference and full version to journal

I know that it is a common practice in computer science to submit a short version of article in conference and extended version in journal. What if I submit same article one short version to ...
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Submitting journal version of an article while conference version is still in review

In my field (electrical engineering) it is a commonly-accepted practice for publications to be produced at various stages of the "evolution" of a research project, meaning that preliminary results can ...
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Can a supervisor extend the paper and change the order of authors?

Background: In my area, people extend their conference paper to a journal version by adding only 30% contribution. This means that you get a second paper, with the same content (introduction, related ...
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Submit an extended version, of a paper presented as short one in a conference, to a journal?

I have presented a paper in a conference as a short paper, now I want to submit an extended version of it to a journal without cite the previous paper, this extended version is a completly different ...
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My paper has been provisionally accepted, but my latest results are not as reported in the paper. What should I do?

After presenting a paper at a conference last year, I was invited to submit an expanded version of the paper as a journal paper. The review of the paper has recently been concluded, and the editors ...
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How to deal when submitting an extender paper to a journal from another editorial?

My situation is pretty simple, years ago I submitted a research article to an IEEE workshop and it got accepted. Actually I have made an extended paper of it and I am considering to submit it for a ...
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How do I write a cover letter for a journal that has a double blind review process when I need to reference my previous conference paper?

My research area is in Computer Science. I am going to submit a paper to a journal, that has a double blind review process. The paper builds upon our previously published work in a conference paper. ...
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Need suggestion on simultaneous submission in journal and conference

Is it correct to submit a revised version of a paper to the same journal while some application part of the paper is under review in a conference? I have received a request for revisions on a ...
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How to start in updating a published paper [closed]

In 2004 I published a paper on Graduate Surgical Education in a local journal. For some reason the paper has received a lot of credit and now I am approached by a Society in the USA that wants to re-...
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If I see a research paper published in multiple places, how can I tell whether or not it is unethical dual publication?

I have come across a publication by a set of well recognized professors that has been published in both IEEE and ACM in two different years. I know that IEEE punishes scientists who publish material ...
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What exactly should I add in an extended and revised version of my research paper?

My original paper has already been published in the conference proceedings. Now, the body organizing the conference has invited me to submit an extended and revised version of my paper to be included ...
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How to make improvements to an already-published paper?

I have written a paper for an IEEE Transactions journal. But now I have several improvements to the original paper. Can I publish the paper again with a slightly different approach? The introduction, ...
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Paraphrasing and quantity of added material in an extended article [duplicate]

If I have an article that was already accepted and presented in a conference, and I would like to present it as an extended article to a journal, I was wondering two things: How much paraphrasing ...
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Theorem & Lemma In Short (arXiv Version) and Extended (Peer-Reviewed Version) Papers

I'm writing a short paper from my master thesis to put on arXiv that includes a Definition and a Lemma/Proof. If I want to publish another extended version for a journal or conference later, can I ...
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Can an extended journal version consist of more than a conference paper?

Can an extended version contains 2-3 conference papers? If yes, should all authors be listed or only the key contributors?
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Can an extended journal version of a conference paper include different list of co-authors?

If a conference accepted a paper with 3 authors, and the 2 co-authors were mainly reviewers. When submitting an extended version to a journal, should the co-authors be included or they can be removed? ...
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Journal rejects my conference-to-journal extension, saying it's copied from previous publication. What should I do?

My understanding of short conference papers being extended to journals was that I should have at least 30% fresh results and content (read that in answers to this question here). I had a short 4-page ...
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Should I rewrite completely an extended paper?

If I submitted a paper on a conference, and now a special journal about that conference has asked for submit extended versions of our previous work; I was wondering if I should rewrite completely the ...
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Should I submit my revised workshop paper to a journal if I don't think it will meet the "30% new material" requirement?

Let me explain my case first. I submitted an article to a Computer Science Conference, and it got one rejection, and two qualifications as a borderline paper. The reviewer that rejected the paper only ...
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Is it inappropriate for an author to copy and paste from his/her original paper in an extension paper?

I am currently a referee for a paper. One of the authors of the paper had written an earlier paper, which I will refer to as the "original paper," and the paper which I am now refereeing is an ...