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AISB miscellaneous Bulletin Item

Last CFP: Special issue of Logical Methods in Computer Science for CCA 2010


                   CCA 2010 Post Conference Special Issue

The Seventh International Conference on Computability and Complexity in Analysis (CCA 2010) took place from June 21 to June 25, 2010, in Zhenjiang, China. There will be a special issue dedicated to CCA 2010 in the open access journal

   Logical Methods in Computer Science

We invite submissions to this special issue of original research papers
in all CCA related areas. Papers not presented at CCA 2010 may also be
submitted. All submitted papers will be subject to the usual refereeing
process of the journal. Submitted papers must not be previously
published nor submitted for publication elsewhere and must deviate
significantly from the CCA 2010 conference proceedings in PETCS.

The authors should follow the instructions for the authors on the LMCS
web page

with the following special author instructions:

1. Register as an author on the web page and use the
special issue code:
(In case you are already registered, go to "profile" and enter the above
special code under "register for special issue".)

2. Go through the submission routine on the webpage.

In Step 0 choose the name of the meeting for which this special issue is
being organized.

The authors should prepare their manuscripts using the style file
requested by the journal upon submission. Please see the LMCS web page
for instructions on style for authors.

Deadline for submission: November 29, 2010
Notification: March1, 2011
Final Version: April 1, 2011

Martin Escardo
Klaus Weihrauch
Xizhong Zheng
Ning Zhong
(Editors of Special Issue)