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Tenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium ANTS-X
University of California, San Diego
July 9 – 13, 2012

Tenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS-X)
July 9 – 13, 2012

Call for Papers

The deadline for paper submission has passed. See the list of accepted papers. The remainder of the submission schedule is as follows.

The proceedings will differ from those of prior years in two key respects. The published proceedings will not be distributed during the conference; rather, revised versions of accepted papers will be posted on the conference web site in advance of the conference, and authors will have several weeks after the conference to make limited revisions based on feedback received before or during the conference. Also, the proceedings will be published by Mathematical Sciences Publishers, rather than Springer; this means that authors will be able to retain copyright if desired, all articles will be made permanently available online for free, and the cost of printed copies will be somewhat reduced.

Interested authors are encouraged to submit full length research articles for consideration no later than February 10, 2012, 23:59 PST Friday, February 17, 2012 (23:59 PST). Papers must be prepared in LaTeX using the standard AMS article class (amsart), without any formatting changes, and submitted in PDF format using iChair (see below). The total length of papers may not exceed 15 pages, including references not counting references. In keeping with the high standard of the ANTS proceedings, every paper will be carefully reviewed and only those papers of very high quality will be accepted for publication. It is a condition of acceptance that at least one author present the paper at the conference.

It is not necessary to submit ancillary materials such as data, source code, etc. with the initial submission. However, the program committee may request access to these materials during the review process. We are currently investigating options for permanent web hosting of such materials for accepted papers.

Submission of papers is via iChair, at the web site For more on posters, see here.

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