The proceedings of the conference will be published by the American Institute of Physics Publishing, and are projected to appear in January 2001. Every contributor to the proceedings will receive one free copy.
Deadline: Camera-ready manuscripts must arrive at King's College before
Note that all auxiliary files (aiproc.cls, aipproc.sty, epsf.tex) need to be located in the same directory where you are running LaTeX for LaTeX to read them in properly, so you might have to move these files `by hand' to the right location.
For more general information, please consult the guide accompanying the AIP style files, available here in TEX, DVI or postscript format. The AIP guide to producing conference proceedings (available here in PDF format) may also be of use, although most of the sizing and font selection issues should be taken care of by the LaTeX style macros.
If your contribution contains any previously published material, you will need to obtain permission from the copyright owner (the original publisher and/or author) to use the material. Again, you will receive the corresponding form at the conference, or you can download an electronic version. The AIP guide to conference proceedings has more details on when permission is required.
Send all of the above items together to:
Disordered and Complex Systems Proceedings
FAO: Dr P Sollich
Department of Mathematics
King's College London
London WC2R 2LS, U.K.
If there are any problems with the above procedures, please email me as soon as possible. This applies in particular if you are in doubt whether you will be able to get your contribution to us by August 18th 2000: We may be able to wait for it if you tell us in advance that it will be late, and when it will arrive. -->
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