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Camera-Ready Paper Submission

The Camera-ready papers must be submitted together with the copyright form and source files (LaTeX / Word) by 30 April 2024. 

Please note that one ZIP archive file (*.zip) is required to be uploaded, which includes all the LaTeX source files (with main.tex), the PDF of authors’ camera-ready paper copy (XXXX.pdf) and the signed copyright form (XXXX_copyright.pdf), where XXXX in the file names is the zero-padded, four-digit paper ID. The paper you submit is final. It is expected that all copyright issues have been resolved, no references have been omitted, and that the authors listed in the paper are the final authors.

  1. Please carefully take into account the reviewers’ comments and improve your paper when preparing the camera-ready version.
  2. The author list should be same as in the initial submission. Authors should not be added or deleted.
  3. Figures and Tables should be cross referred in the text.
  4. Please note that Springer does not support color in text, tables or in equations.
  5. The template for the camera-ready papers is the same for initial submissions. The authors should make sure that all author information is available, and insert their ORCIDs in superscript next to their names (please see the LaTeX templates for examples). The authors can also add acknowledgement information if applicable.
  6. To upload your camera-ready paper, source and copyright form, please log in to EasyChair and access the list of your submissions for ICDAR 2024. Click on the “View” icon on the row of the paper you desire to upload its camera-ready version, then click on “Add or Update files” on the top-right. Please add the “Camera-ready PDF”, the “LaTeX / Word source” and the signed copyright form.


Camera-ready PDF

This is the final version of your paper. Please make sure that all the aforementioned requirements are met. Also, please make sure that the source (LaTeX / Word) matches the pdf that you submit, and that the filename follows the convention described above (XXXX.pdf, where XXXX is the zero-padded, four-digit paper ID).

Signed Copyright form 

Click here to download the copyright form.

The corresponding author must sign the form on behalf of all of the authors of a particular paper, having gained their permission to do so. The corresponding author accepts responsibility for releasing the material on behalf of any and all co-authors. Please note:

  1. The corresponding author (one per paper) must match the corresponding author marked in the header of the paper
  2. Springer does not accept digital signatures on the license-to-publish forms at present. Please print the form, sign it and scan it as a pdf.
  3. Sign the form with the official acceptance email and no other form.

The signed copyright form filename should follow the convention described above (XXXX_copyright.pdf), where XXXX in the file names is the zero-padded, four-digit paper ID.

LaTeX / Word source zip 

This ZIP archive file should include: all the LaTeX / Word source files (with main source file named as main.tex or main.doc), the camera-ready pdf and the signed copyright form.

One main LaTeX file (named as main.tex, please rename your file if you are using a different name), all other LaTeX source files for the text, style files, special fonts, image files (*.EPS, *JPG, etc.) for all figures, and the BIB/BBL file for references if applicable. References are to be supplied with BBL files to avoid the omission of data during conversion from BIB to BBL.

The archive must contain all the LaTeX source files required to produce your paper. Both EasyChair and Springer are up to date and contain CTAN LaTeX packages. However, you should include in the archive all non-standard or locally used LaTeX packages.

The main LaTeX file (main.tex) must be in the top directory of the archive. Other files may be put in either the top directory or subdirectories of the archive. If you use subdirectories, make sure to use relative paths for referencing files. Before you put the files in the archive, please check that running pdflatex (or latex) on your main file produces no errors. If the EasyChair website reports errors in compiling your LaTeX files, you are required to fix these problems before final submission.

The size of the ZIP file may not exceed the limit of 100 MBytes.

For any question related to the publication process, please do not hesitate to contact the publication chairs ( or Springer’s Editor (