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Structure of FRUCT proceedings

The FRUCT proceedings consists of 2 parts:
1) The first part is called Full Papers. The papers from this section are published in IEEE Xplore, ACM, РИНЦ, DOAJ and fruct.org/publication. They are indexed by Scopus, WoS, DBLP, ACM, РИНЦ, Finnish national library, and a few other indexes, e.g., Google Scholar. It is also included in SJR rating. In order to get into this part of the proceedings it is not sufficient to just get positive reviews and pass review process, but you have to be in top 42% of the selected papers, which is not easy to achieve.
2) The second part is called ACM section (AKA WiP). This is historical name, which is not very correct nowadays, but we on purpose keep it to attract attention of the conference participants to make sure that all participants clearly understand actual status of the publication. For this part we can guaranty indexing in ACM, РИНЦ (with journal publication status), Finnish national library, and a few other indexes, e.g., Google Scholar. It is published in ACM, DOAJ and fruct.org/publication. We also send all papers from this section to Scopus and WoS for their internal review, but we cannot guaranty what will be their decision and whether the paper will be indexed by the corresponding system. To this part we accept all papers that positively passed the review, but couldn’t get to the top percent. Also Short paper and Demo/Poster papers are published in this part of the proceedings, but if these papers are less than 4 pages they will not be indexed by ACM and РИНЦ.

Please note that at the conference all publications have the same status, independently of the acceptance status. All papers are presented together with equal time allocation. Also both types of papers have equal chances to get invite tickets for free of charge publication of an extended version of the paper in the partner journals (Scopus indexed) and to be included in Special proceedings issue (also WoS or/and Scopus indexed). Of course, it will require extra work from the authors to prepare an extended version of the paper, but in exchange authors get 2 publications instead of one: the first one indexed at least by ACM, РИНЦ (as journal paper) and DOAJ, and the second one in the Scopus indexed journal. At every conference we have quite a number of such publication tickets, so teams that need journal publication and ready to work always have great chance to get such ticket.