30th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming, ILP2020 @ IJCLR
Call for Papers
- Theory of ILP, foundations of logical & relational learning, computational learning theory.
- Learning in various logical representations and formalisms, such as logic programming & answer set programming, first-order & higher-order logic, description logic & ontologies.
- Statistical relational learning, including structure/parameter learning for probabilistic logic languages, relational probabilistic graphical models, kernel-based methods, neural- symbolic learning.
- Meta-interpretative learning & predicate invention.
- Semi-supervised & unsupervised relational learning.
- Methods for scaling-up ILP, parallel & distributed relational learning.
- Incremental & online relational learning, learning from data streams.
- Applications of ILP.
- Long papers, describing original mature work containing appropriate experimental evaluation and/or representing a self-contained theoretical contribution. Accepted long paper submissions will be split in regular papers, accepted for appearing in Springer LNAI conference proceedings, and up-and-coming papers, accepted for appearing in Sun SITE Central Europe CEUR Workshop proceedings, depending on the maturity of the submitted work. Regular papers will be assigned a long time slot for presentation, while up-and-coming papers will be assigned a shorter time slot for presentation. Regular and up-and-coming papers must not exceed 15 pages, including references.
- Short papers, describing original work in progress, presenting preliminary results, brief accounts of original ideas, and other relevant work of potentially high scientific interest but not yet qualifying for the long paper category. Accepted short papers will be assigned a reduced time slot for presentation and will be published in CEUR proceedings. Short papers must not exceed 7 pages, including references.
- Late-breaking abstracts, describing ideas and proposals that the authors would like to present at the conference. Submissions will be accepted/rejected on the grounds of relevance. Accepted works will be assigned a reduced time slot and will be published on the conference website but will not appear in the conference proceedings. Late-breaking abstracts must not exceed 4 pages, including references.
- Recently published papers relevant to the ILP topics, or papers recently accepted for publication by a first-class conference such as ECML/PKDD, ICML, KDD, ICDM, AAAI, IJCAI, etc. or journal such as MLJ, DMKD, JMLR etc. These will be accepted/rejected on the grounds of relevance and quality of the original publication venue. Authors of accepted papers will be assigned a reduced time slot for presentation. Accepted papers of this type will not appear in the conference proceedings, however a link to the original work will be inserted in CEUR.
Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to present their papers during the joint poster sessions. At least one of the authors of accepted papers/late-breaking abstracts must register for the conference and present their work.
Submissions will be handled by EasyChair. The submission web page is currently closed and will open no earlier than April 10 2020.
Submissions must be in Springer LNCS format, according to the Springer LNCS author instructions. Already published papers should be submitted in their original format and the authors should indicate the original publication venue.
Regular papers will be included in the conference proceedings, to be published by Springer Verlag in the “Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence” (LNAI) Series. Regular papers must not exceed 15 pages including references.
Up-and-coming and short papers will be included in the Late Breaking Papers proceedings, to be published by Sun SITE Central Europe CEUR Workshop proceedings. Up-and-coming papers must not exceed 15 pages including references, while short papers must not exceed 7 pages including references.
Late-breaking abstracts will be published on the conference website but will not be included in the conference proceedings. Given their nature of preliminary proposals, they must be up to 4 pages including references.
A link to already published papers will be included in the Late Breaking Papers CEUR proceedings.
Authors are invited to submit high-quality work at IJCLR’s journal track on Learning & Reasoning, supported by the Machine Learning Journal. The journal track has two cut-off dates:
Feb. 15 2020 and April 15 2020 April 20 2020 (extended). Accepted papers will be presented to IJCLR 2020 and published at the Machine Learning Journal special issue on Learning & Reasoning. More details, including formatting and submission guidelines, may be found at the journal track’s CfP.
- Abstract submission (long & short papers): May 25 2020
- Paper submission (long & short papers): May 29 2020
- Authors notification: July 3 2020
- Late-breaking abstracts & already published papers submission: July 13 2020
- Late-breaking abstracts & already published papers notification: July 17 2020
- Journal track 1st cut-off date:
February 15 2020
- Journal track 2nd cut-off date:
April 15 2020April 20 2020 (extended)
Program Committee Members (Tentative)
Dalal Alrajeh, Imperial College London,UK Elena Bellodi, University of Ferrara, Italy Krysia Broda, Imperial College London, UK Rui Camacho, University of Porto, Portugal Giuseppe Cota, University of Ferrara, Italy Vítor Santos Costa, University of Porto, Portugal Andrew Cropper, University of Oxford, UK James Cussens, University of York, UK Saso Dzeroski, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia Nicola Fanizzi, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy Nuno A. Fonseca, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, UK Katsumi Inoue, National Institute of Informatics, Japan Nobuhiro Inuzuka, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan Nobuhiro Inuzuka, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan Nicolas Lachiche, University of Strasbourg, France Mark Law, Imperial College London, UK Francesca Lisi, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy Suresh Manandhar, University of York, UK Aline Paes, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil Stassa Patsantzis, Imperial College London, UK Jan Ramon, INRIA, France Fabrizio Riguzzi, University of Ferrara, Italy Alessandra Russo, Imperial College London, UK Ashwin Srinivasan, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India Tomoyuki Uchida, Hiroshima City University Christel Vrain, University of Orléans, France Stefan Wrobel, Fraunhofer IAIS & University of Bonn, Germany Gerson Zaverucha, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Filip Železný, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Riccardo Zese, University of Ferrara, Italy
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