Prepare the paper using the TALE 2021 Paper Template
TALE 2021 Paper Template:download word template  or download latex template.
Once your paper is ready, save it in PDF format and submit it via the online submission system. Submissions cannot be accepted via email.


• IEEE conference templates contain guidance text for composing and formatting   conference papers. Please ensure that all template text is removed from your   conference paper prior to submission. Failure to remove template text from your   paper may result in your paper not being published.
• Use of any other IEEE templates is not acceptable as there are subtle   differences between those templates and the conference template that will affect   the consistency in appearance of papers published in the proceedings.
• Do not change the paper size (A4) or margins in the template.
• The headers and footers must remain empty. (They should not contain page   numbers or anything else!)
• Formatting of the paper must be done using the pre-defined MS-Word styles in   the template, rather than manually. The paper must use all the predefined font   styles, sizes etc. as per the template.
• Basic examples of citations and references are included in the template.   For more comprehensive information on citations and references,see this guide.   Note that where are conflicts between the template and the guide, the template   prevails.
Page lengths must fall within the ranges listed below:
Full paper: 6 – 8 pages
Short paper: 4 – 6 pages
Work-in-progress paper: 2 – 4 pages
Prepare the paper for double-blind review
The TALE 2021 peer review process will be double blind. Peer reviewers will not be made aware of the identities of authors, and authors will not see the reviewers’ identities. For this reason, author names and institutions must NOT be included in the version of the manuscript submitted for review. Only the final, camera-ready version should contain author and affiliation information.

Tips for ensuring double-blind review compliance:
• Remove any identifying information, including author names,   from file names and ensure document properties are also anonymised.
• Ensure the paper itself does not contain any personally identifiable   information (i.e., name, affiliation, email address, phone numbers, IEEE member number, etc.)
• Block out or obscure any affiliation-related identifiers that appear within   figures in the paper.
• Cite papers published by the Author in the text as follows: “[Anonymous,   2007]”.
• Use the third person to refer to work the Authors have previously   undertaken.
  For example, replace any phrases like “as we have shown before” with “…   has been shown before [Anonymous, 2007]”.
• Do not eliminate essential self-references or other references, but limit   self-references only to papers that are relevant for those reviewing the   paper being submitted.
• Reference list entries needing to be anonymised should be presented as   follows: “[Anonymous 2007] Details omitted for double-blind reviewing.”
• Remove any and all references to/mentions of funding sources.
• Do not include acknowledgments.