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AISB opportunities Bulletin Item

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Special issue on "Computability and Complexity in Analysis"


Special issue of Logical Methods in Computer Science (LMCS)

The Eighth International Conference on

    Computability and Complexity in Analysis (CCA 2011)

took place in Cape Town, South Africa, 31 Jan-4 Feb 2011, see


Following this conference there will be a special issue of the journal

    Logical Methods in Computer Science (LMCS),

which is an ISI listed open access journal, see


We invite submissions of original research papers in all CCA related areas to this special issue. 
Papers not presented at CCA 2011 may also be considered for submission. All papers will be refereed 
according to the usual scientific standards. Submitted papers must not be previously published nor
submitted for publication elsewhere.

The submission of authors should follow the instructions that the authors find on the LMCS web page


with the following special author instructions:

1. Register as an author on the web page


    and enter the special issue code: 2C0C1A1

    (In case you are already registered, go to "profile" and
     enter the above special code under "register for special

2. Go through the submission routine on the web page.
    In Step 0 choose the name of the meeting for which this
    special issue is being organized.

Authors should prepare their manuscripts using the style file requested by the journal upon submission. Please see the LMCS web page


It is planned that the publication of this special issue follows the following schedule:

Deadline for submission: 16 May 2011
Notification:            12 September 2011
Final Version:           10 October 2011

Margaret Archibald
Vasco Brattka
Martn Escard
Peter Hertling

(Guest Editors of the LMCS Special Issue) ______________________________________________________________