All submissions must be written in English and formatted according to the Springer LNCS/LNAI author instructions.
Two types of contributions are accepted: Technical papers and System descriptions. Technical papers must present either original or recent research results that are targeted to an audience of experts in grounding technology. Technical papers should not exceed 13 pages (including title page, references and figures). We also encourage introductory system descriptions that help different groups make their work known to the others. For system presentations a length of 6 pages is recommended.
Paper submission is electronic and managed through GTTV'17 easychair webpage
At least one author of each accepted paper is expected to register for the workshop to present the work.
Multiple Submission Policy
While GTTV'17 accepts original research papers, it also provides a venue for advertising recently published/accepted research results to GTTV audience. In the latter case, the submission should (1) clearly point to the original paper, and (2) be re-written for GTTV'17 audience (i.e., grounding experts). Moreover, authors may freely submit their papers elsewhere during or after GTTV'17 review period, since GTTV'17 is a specialised workshop without archival proceedings and intended for a limited audience.