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CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ICGI 2016
5-7 October 2016
SCOPE AND LOCATION
ICGI 2016 is the 13th edition of the International Conference on
Grammatical Inference series, held every two years.
The conference will be held at Delft University of Technology; in
Delft, the Netherlands, from October 5-7, 2016. Delft is one of the
most beautiful and historic cities in the world, situated in the
central (western) part of the Netherlands. The city is directly
accessible by train from Schiphol airport (a large international
airport near Amsterdam). The conference will be hosted in the
"Mekelzaal", a beautiful historic venue in a small science museum at
the university campus.
AREAS OF INTEREST
The conference is on grammatical inference. Key interests are
machine-learning methods applied to discrete combinatorial structures
such as strings, trees, or graphs, and algorithms for learning
symbolic models such as grammars, automata, Markov models, or pattern
languages. The conference seeks to provide a forum for presentation
and discussion of original research papers on all aspects of
grammatical inference. A full program can be found on the website:
- Borja Balle
- Hendrik Blockeel
- Valentin Spitkovsky
The conference will include plenary, work in progress presentations,
and invited talks.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Delft in October.
Menno van Zaanen
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