The papers must be submitted following the author instructions of the journal, that can be found at the address:
In particular, authors should adhere to the guidelines for regular papers (max. 14 double-column pages).
The submission will be done using the IEEE ScholarOne portal for the TCBB journal; during the submission procedure, the authors must specify, as the Manuscript Type, “Special Issue on Graph Matching Algorithms”. Submissions will be open from November 24 to December 24, 2014.
|Manuscript submission opening:
||November 24, 2014
|Manuscript submission deadline:
||December 24, 2014
||February 28, 2015
|Revised manuscript submission:
||March 20, 2015
|Notification of final decision:
||April 15, 2015
|Tentative publication date of special issue:
If you have not submitted an executable, please note that the deadline for submission has been extended for extra ten days until April 14, 2014.
Rember that the program must be sent by email to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need more information about submission, please read the dedicated section on this web site or contact us on the previuous email.
A Special Issue with the results of the contest and a selection of
papers describing the best participating methods will be published on
the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
(TCBB). The contest participants will be invited to submit a full paper
by December 15, 2014, so having the time to analyze and discuss the
experience gained by the contest participation. The papers will undergo
a complete peer review process, so as to ensure that the quality of the
contributions is on par with the standards of the journal. The Special
Issue is expected to be published by June or July 2015.
Registration to partecipate in the ICPR2014 Contest on Graph Matching Algorithms for Pattern Search in Biological Databases has been opened the 30th of November.
In order to get instructions and datasets, please go to the registration page:
We are pleased to announce that the website of ICPR2014 Contest on Graph Matching Algorithms for Pattern Search in Biological Databases has been activated since the 28th of October.