Important note for reviewers. Traditionally, venues in TCS have not anonymized author identities. An often-stated reason for not anonymizing is that author identities provide some useful information (e.g., gaining confidence in whacky ideas or complex proofs, checking if a related unpublished work is by the authors, or finding conflict of interest). In ITCS 2023, we aim to understand this as well as try to find a sweet spot between anonymization and non-anonymization of authors.
First review the paper without seeing author identities and submit it.
Please also refrain from searching for this paper online.
Once you submit, you can see the author identities and revise if you like.
Only the final review will be seen by the authors and the committee.
The initial review will be seen by the chair (from the log), and aggregate inferences will be released as a report.
We will subsequently send out a survey to know your opinions on this topic. Thank you!