ICCBR 2012

20th International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning,
3 - 6 September 2012, Lyon, France

Booklet

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Welcome

We invite you to participate in the twentieth International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning (ICCBR), the premier international meeting on research and applications in Case-Based Reasoning (CBR). ICCBR 2012 will be held in Lyon, France, from 3 to 6 September 2012.

The conference series steadily expands the frontiers of CBR as a scientific field. Each conference reflects in keynote addresses on the progress of the field and its connections with related areas, discusses topical problems in a set of workshops, and presents
industrial solutions.

The CBR community welcomes new members and encourages you to join it.

ICCBR is the annual meeting of the CBR community and the leading conference on this
topic. Started in 1993 as European Conference on CBR and 1995 as ICCBR the two
conferences alternated biennially until its merger in 2010. You can find out more about
the conferences here: http://cbrwiki.fdi.ucm.es/mediawiki/index.php/Meetings

ICCBR 2012 Submissions

Important Dates:

  • EXTENDED Submission deadline: 16 April 2012
  • Notification of acceptance: 16 May 2012, 25 May 2012
  • Camera ready copy due: 6 June 2012
  • Conference dates: 3-6 September 2012

ICCBR 2012 Workshop Proposal Submissions

Important Dates:

  • Submission deadline for workshop proposal: 15 February 2012
  • Notification of acceptance of workshop proposals: 29 February 2012
  • Final camera ready copies of workshop papers to be received by Workshop Coordinators: 27 July 2012
  • Workshops held at ICCBR-12 in Lyon, France: 3-4 September 2012

Alan Turing Year

ICCBR 2012 is dedicated to the work of Alan Turing (1912-1954) as part of the 2012 Alan Turing Year, a series of events to commemorate Turing's life and work. We do so here by remembering that were it not for Turing's seminal work in mathematics, computer science, artificial intelligence and bioinformatics this conference would not be taking place.