There is a special issue of Discrete Mathematics devoted to full-version papers presented at the conference, guest-edited by cheap cialis 20mg Hao Li & Yannis Manoussakis. Note that, due to space considerations, only a limited number of accepted papers will appear in this special issue served on the basis First In First Out. However high quality papers accepted by the guest-editors and which cannot appear to the special volume will be published in a regular issue of DM.
Only papers presented at the conference will be considered, one paper per talk. Also papers should not have been submitted or already published elsewhere. Note that Discrete Mathematics does not publish conference proceedings as such, but only collections of journal-quality papers that happen to have been presented at conferences. Consequently, the submission will be refereed according to the high level standard of the journal.

In particular, each paper will be refereed by at least two referees to the normal standards expected in that journal. We also hope that everyone who submits a paper will be willing, if asked, to act as a referee.

The submission deadline is October 15, 2010 (modified). We aim to close the evaluation process and send the accepted papers to the Editorial Office of Discrete Mathematics in early October 2011. In order to respect these deadlines,  delayed papers (delayed by authors,

referees or any other reason) might not appear in the special issue. However, they will continue to be processed and, if subsequently accepted, will appear in a regular issue of Discrete Mathematics. Authors are presumed to be aware of the possibility of this happening, and to agree to it, when they submit their papers.

How to submit
The Elsevier system has been configured for this special issue. Authors should submit papers in the usual way of submitting to DM at ees.elsevier.com/disc, except that at the first screen they should choose SI FrenchCC 2010 as the article type.

Please contact Hao Li with any queries relating to the special issue.