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Call for Papers and Submission Categories

We encourage submissions containing original theoretical and applied concepts in artificial intelligence with applications to multilingual cognitive services, speech recognition and machine translation. Experimental results are also encouraged, especially on fielded applications, even if they are only preliminary. We therefore invite two categories of paper submissions:

  • research papers
    • should not exceed 12 pages including title page
    • due: Wednesday, August 7, 2019 (main workshop due date)
  • short summaries (including position papers and poster papers)
    • should not exceed 4 pages
    • due: Wednesday, August 14, 2019 (one week after main workshop due date)

DUAL SUBMISSION POLICY: Submission of short (2-4 page) synopsis of articles currently in preparation, under review, or accepted for publication as journals or book chapters is permitted. Submission of full-length (6-12 page) papers currently under review for other conferences and workshops is also permitted. However, these papers shall be published in the working notes for this workshop if and only if they are compliant with the dual submission guidelines of the other conference or workshop.

SUBMISSION SITE, FORMAT, AND DOUBLE-BLIND POLICY: Papers should be submitted in PDF form using EasyChair. We request that authors prepare papers in the the IEEE 2-column format used by the ICDM main conference (template website). The first page of submitted papers should include the title and a brief abstract. Author names, affiliations, postal addresses, electronic mail addresses, and telephone and fax numbers should be omitted for double-blind peer review. Submissions must follow the PMLR standards, and PDF versions should be submitted via EasyChair