Conference proceedings should indicate if any of their content has been peer reviewed. If all the papers published in the proceedings have been reviewed by a group of peers, a single indication in the proceedings should be sufficient. If the proceedings are partially reviewed, there should be an indication for each paper or presentation that has gone through the review process. It is also helpful if the methodology used for peer review is included in the proceedings.
Peer review is an important process in scholarly communication that improves the quality of articles and presentations. Indication of peer review status for papers is helpful to readers for understanding the context in which the paper was presented.
Policy and practice outlined in front matter: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference, Formal Modeling and Analysis of Timed Systems, 2009, Budapest, Hungary. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 5813.