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No, this would usually not be allowed. One important aspect has not been explicitly covered in Buffy's answer: bypassing peer-review. Adding new experimental results can significantly alter the paper's contributions and conclusions, and adding them while submitting the camera-ready version bypasses the peer-review process. This is also the reason why many ...


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I'll guess the answer from the committee would be no for a conference because of time constraints, but you can ask. Once camera ready copy is provided any changes require time and cost and are likely reserved only for minor changes. But you can certainly ask. You can also discuss the updated material in any conference talk you give, but it won't likely show ...


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