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QuestionI've presented a paper to a conference. May I send it to your journal?
Solution If you presented a paper to a conference and the paper was published by the respective conference organizers (in the proceedings book or in a partner journal), you need the agreement of the copyright owner in order for the same paper ideas and significant portions of text to be published elsewhere. You need a copyright permission grant from the original publisher:

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Other publishers have several restrictions, we also consider of interest:

"The submitted manuscript should have at least 30% new material. The new material should be content material, not just the addition of obvious proofs or a few more straightforward performance figures. The submitted manuscript affords an opportunity to describe the novel approach in more depth, to consider the alternatives more comprehensively, and to delve into some of the issues listed in the other paper as future work. At the same time, it is not required that the submitted manuscript contain all of the material from the published paper. To the contrary: only enough material need be included from the published paper to set the context and render the new material comprehensible."

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Article ID: 25
Category: Knowledgebase
Date added: 2011-07-28 18:34:21
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