Criteria for Authorship

Revised April 2018

 

Anyone listed as Author on an ACM manuscript submission must meet all the following criteria:

  • they have made substantial intellectual contributions to some components of the original work described in the manuscript; and
  • they have participated in drafting and/or revision of the manuscript and
  • they are aware the manuscript has been submitted for publication; and
  • they agree to be held accountable for any issues relating to correctness or integrity of the work.

Other contributors may be acknowledged at the end of the paper, before the bibliography.

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