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Comparison of Online Platforms for the Review Process of Conference Papers

  title={Comparison of Online Platforms for the Review Process of Conference Papers},
  author={Lorena Parra and Sandra Sendra and Sara Ficarelli and Jaime Lloret},
Organizing conferences requires the consideration of several aspects, such as the choice of the most appropriate platform to manage the received papers or the conference location, among others. To this goal, we are going to compare some of the most important review platforms, which allow us to host our conferences. In recent years,new systems based on software applications have emerged. This software can be downloaded from the developer websites. These give us more options to choose from… 

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