CBR

22nd UKCBR for 2017 announced

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The 22nd UKCBR event will be held on December 12th 1017.

The CFP will be published soon.

For this year, the UKCBR series of workshops has been renamed to the UKCBR Symposium. This reflects best the nature of the event, that presents an annual opportunity for Case Based Reasoning (CBR) researchers and people interested in CBR to get together and discuss various theoretical and application issues and trends in CBR. The event has always attracted an international audience, and contains peer-reviewed submitted research publications, invited talks and tutorials/workshops, as well as other opportunities for discussion, dissemination, learning and networking in the area of CBR.

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New Deadline: October 30th

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Following many requests, the deadline for paper submissions has been extended to October 30th.

UKCBR 2016 Web site is up and running

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The UKCBR 2016 is now up. For more information see http://ukcbr.org.uk

The first CFP is also available there

First Call for Papers – CfP

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Call for Papers

Submissions are invited for the 21st UK Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning. The workshop will be a relatively informal occasion where you can meet CBR colleagues and exchange news, views and opinions as well as presenting and/or learning about the work of other researchers and practitioners. As in the last few years, the workshop will again be held in Cambridge, jointly with the AI-2016 conference on artificial intelligence and its applications, organised by the Specialist Group on AI (SGAI).

AI-2016 is the thirty-sixth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence. The venue for workshop and conference will be Peterhouse College. UKCBR will run in parallel with the other AI-2016 Workshops on the first day of the conference.

A special rate will be available for those attending AI-2016 on the following two days. SGAI are also subsidising a reduced rate for non-presenting students.

A warm invitation is extended also to researchers from outside the UK to submit a paper, or otherwise attend. Read the rest of this entry »