ILP: Inductive Logic Programming

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Event When Where Deadline
ILP 2018 28th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Sep 2, 2018 - Sep 4, 2018 Ferrara, Italy May 23, 2018 (May 16, 2018)
ILP 2017 Inductive Logic Programming conference
Sep 4, 2017 - Sep 6, 2017 Orléans - France May 5, 2017 (Apr 28, 2017)
ILP 2016 The 26th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Sep 4, 2016 - Sep 6, 2016 London, UK May 20, 2016 (May 14, 2016)
ILP 2015 The 25th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Aug 20, 2015 - Aug 22, 2015 Kyoto, Japan May 4, 2015 (Apr 27, 2015)
ILP 2013 23rd International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Aug 28, 2013 - Aug 30, 2013 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Apr 30, 2013 (Apr 25, 2013)
ILP 2012 22nd International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Sep 17, 2012 - Sep 19, 2012 Dubrovnik May 11, 2012 (May 7, 2012)
ILP 2011 21st International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Jul 31, 2011 - Aug 3, 2011 Windsor, UK Jul 2, 2011
ILP 2010 20th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Jun 27, 2010 - Jun 30, 2010 Firenze, Italy Feb 27, 2010 (Feb 20, 2010)
ILP 2009 19th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming
Jul 2, 2009 - Jul 4, 2009 Leuven, Belgium Apr 3, 2009
 
 

Present CFP : 2018

Submissions must describe relevant and novel results on the following typical, but not exclusive, topics:

Learning in logics: logical-foundations of learning; computational/statistical learning theory; specialisation and generalisation; probabilistic logic-based learning; graph and tree mining; algorithms and approaches for learning with (semi-)structured data; (semi-)supervised and unsupervised relational learning; relational reinforcement learning; predicate invention; propositionalization approaches; multi-instance learning; learning in the presence of uncertainty; meta-level learning.
Knowledge Representation: logic programming; Datalog; first-order logic; description logic and ontologies; higher-order logic; Answer Set Programming; probabilistic logic languages; constraint logic programming; knowledge graphs.
Applications of learning: art; bioinformatics; systems biology; games; medical informatics; robotics; natural language processing; web-mining; software engineering; modelling and adaptation of control systems; socio-technical systems.
ILP 2018 is also encouraging submissions on (combination with) other areas such as cognitive technologies, neural networks and deep relational learning, knowledge acquisition from big data and the cloud, as well as contributions on the application of any of these solutions to real world problems.

We solicit four types of submissions:

- 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 CEUR proceedings, depending on the maturity of the submitted work. Regular papers will be assigned a long time slot for presentation, up-and-coming papers will be assigned a shorter time slot for presentation.

- 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 on CEUR proceedings.

- Work in progress describing ideas and proposals that the author(s) 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.

- Papers relevant to the conference topics and recently published or 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 and will not appear in the conference proceedings, however a link to the original work will be inserted in CEUR.

Submissions of long papers and short papers (categories 1 and 2) must not have been published or be under review for a journal or for another conference with published proceedings.

Paper Submission
Submissions must be in Springer LNAI 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.

Submissions will be managed via Springer OCS (https://ocs.springer.com/ocs/home/ILP2018).

When submitting, please choose among the 4 paper categories:

1. LONG
2. SHORT
3. WORK IN PROGRESS
4. ALREADY PUBLISHED.​
Reviewers will be asked whether papers submitted in category 1 should be published, if accepted, in Springer LNAI or CEUR Proceedings.

Publication
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.
Work in progress 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 of 1 to 6 pages including references.
A link to already published papers will be included in the Late Breaking Papers CEUR proceedings.

At least one of the authors of accepted papers/works in progress must register for the conference, and present his work.

Awards
Please see http://ilp2018.unife.it/awards/.

Important Dates
Abstract registration (categories 1 and 2): 16th May 2018
Papers submission (categories 1 and 2): 23rd May 2018
Papers notification (categories 1 and 2): 3rd July 2018
Work in progress and already published papers submission: 18th July 2018
Work in progress and already published papers notification: 23rd July 2018

The deadline on each of these dates is midnight, Central European Time.

See also http://ilp2018.unife.it/call-for-papers/conference-track/.
 

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