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Thank you for agreeing to review a paper for SIGGRAPH. Your reviews have a direct and important impact on the quality of the most important conference in computer graphics and interactive techniques. Your reviews also help the community as a whole to improve the quality of its work. To access review materials and the web review forms, please login to the online submission system using your standard submission account.
Look for what's good or stimulating in the paper. Minor flaws can be corrected and shouldn't be a reason to reject a paper. Each paper that is accepted should, however, be sound and make a substantial contribution to the field. Please familiarize yourself with the information in the Call for Submissions.
Please read the ethics guidelines. It is extremely important that we uphold our reputation for treating ideas confidentially and professionally.
By accepting a paper for review, you are guaranteeing to review the following author required submission materials in the approved formats:
And you are agreeing to review the following optional materials if they are included in the submissions:
If you are not willing to make this guarantee, please recuse yourself from reviewing the paper.
Authors were asked to take reasonable efforts to hide their identities, including not listing their names or affiliations and omitting acknowledgements. This information will of course be included in the published version.
All submissions and their reviews are online. To access submitted papers and materials, log in to the online submission system the same way you would to make a submission to SIGGRAPH 2017, using your existing electronic submission account. Once you have logged in, follow the "Access the Jury/Review System" link to view the papers assigned to you for review. Here you will see links for Submission Review and Bulletin Board System. Submission Review is where you will enter your own reviews, while the Bulletin Board System is where you will have private, anonymous conversations with all the reviewers of a given submission during the deliberation period. Using both these tools, your goal is to reach consensus on the status of a submission before the senior reviewers meet for the jury meeting.
When you have completed your review, you should destroy any paper manuscript that you have printed and/or supporting material (such as images and videos) that you downloaded, as described in the ethics guidelines.