All presented papers will be submitted to IEEE for inclusion in IEEEXplore without labelling the papers when and how they were presented.

Oral Session: A computer with windows operating system will be provided for every oral session. However authors are encouraged to bring their own laptop for their presentation. Duration of each oral presentation is 15 minutes including Q&A and change-over time. Please arrive about 15 minutes before your session begins and report to the session chairs. To ensure smooth transition, please upload your presentation file to the computer in the session room before the session starts. Note that the presentation computer has only USB ports; there is no CD-ROM or other disc drive.

Interactive Session: Each interactive session is 90 minutes long. You must remain present for the entire duration of your session to discuss your work with interested audiences. Please arrive about 15 minutes before your session begins and report to the session chairs. Everyone should mount his/her poster (portrait A1 size) on the boards before the session begins. All posters should remain on the boards for the entire session time. Please take down your poster once the session has ended.

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