Call for Papers

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The workshop seeks high quality, original and unpublished work on algorithms, theory and systems for learning from clinical data.   

Topics of Interest                                                                                                               

This workshop would like to encourage submissions on any of (but not limited to) the following topics:

Applications
  • New technology enabling and involving the concept of self-organization
  • New advancements in Software Defined Networking
  • Cooperation and coordination algorithms and protocols for services differentiation and quality of service (QoS) provision
  • Controlled mobility strategies to support self-organizing networks
  • Bio Inspired Models for Self Organization
  • Topology control schemes in S4 communications networks
  • Self-organizing group and pattern formation
  • Self-organizing mechanisms for task allocation, coordination and resource allocation
  • Self-organizing information dissemination and content search
  • Security and safety in self-organizing networked systems
  • Risks and limits of self-organization
  • Evolutionary principles of the (future, emerging) Internet
  • Multi-disciplinary approaches and solutions for novel  S4 methodologies

Algorithms/Theory
  • Learning from noisy data
  • Learning from multiple annotators
  • Learning with data not missing at random
  • Active Learning to reduce expert annotation costs
  • Combining Unstructured and Structured Data for inference

Procedure                                                                                                                       

We call for paper contribution of up to 8 pages to the workshop using ICML style. The accepted papers will be available for downloading from the workshop website's Proceedings page. Accepted papers will be either presented as a talk or poster. Papers should be emailed to the organizers at ffarooq
@gmail.com. Please indicate your preference for oral or poster presentation. 

Publication of Papers


Accepted papers will be either presented as a talk or poster. They will also be available in an online proceedings that will be made available prior to the workshop. Extended versions of some accepted papers will also be invited for inclusion in an edited book on the same topic as the workshop.

Important Dates

Please remember the following dates in relation to paper presentations.

May 7 - Deadline of submission
May 21 - Notification of Acceptance
June 15 - Camera Ready Submission
July 1 - Workshop Proper