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-====== ​4th International Conference on Learning Representations ​(ICLR 2016) ======+====== ​Call for Papers ​(Main Track) ====== 
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 +**Update (10/​26/​2015):​** Submissions and the review process, with a single round of reviewing, will again this year be supported by CMT rather than OpenReview.net. ​ We hope to use OpenReview.net in the near future.
  
 **Website:​** http://​www.iclr.cc/​ \\ **Website:​** http://​www.iclr.cc/​ \\
-**Submission deadline for title and abstract:​**  ​11:59 pm PST, November 12th, 2015  \\ +**Submission deadline for titleabstract, preliminary draft:​**  ​2:00pm Pacific Standard Time, November 12th, 2015  \\ 
-**Submission deadline for arXiv paper ID:​**  ​11:59 pm PST, November 19th, 2015  \\+**Submission deadline for arXiv paper ID and final draft:​**  ​2:00pm Pacific Standard Time, November 19th, 2015  \\
 **Location:​** ​ Caribe Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 2-4, 2016  **Location:​** ​ Caribe Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 2-4, 2016 
  
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 As usual, ICLR will feature two tracks: a **Conference Track** and a **Workshop Track**. However, this year, conference and workshop submissions will be reviewed separately, in two different periods. This call for paper is thus only for conference contributions. Workshop submissions will be received a few months before the conference and be subject to a lighter review. A future call for papers will be sent with more details on the Workshop Track. As usual, ICLR will feature two tracks: a **Conference Track** and a **Workshop Track**. However, this year, conference and workshop submissions will be reviewed separately, in two different periods. This call for paper is thus only for conference contributions. Workshop submissions will be received a few months before the conference and be subject to a lighter review. A future call for papers will be sent with more details on the Workshop Track.
  
-Also, the reviewing period for conference submissions will be separated into two short rounds (normally 2 reviews in the first round, 1 review in the second round). The first round will run as usual. The second round reviews, however, in addition to evaluating the submissions,​ will be required to include comments on the content of the first round reviews. By asking for such comments, we hope to ensure a minimum of discussion for every paper, and favour interactions that might either identify factual errors early or reveal a clearer consensus. 
 Note that some of the submitted conference track papers that are not accepted to the conference proceedings will be invited to be presented under the Workshop Track. ​ Note that some of the submitted conference track papers that are not accepted to the conference proceedings will be invited to be presented under the Workshop Track. ​
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 ===== ICLR Submission Instructions ===== ===== ICLR Submission Instructions =====
  
-  - By November 12thauthors are asked to enter in [[http://openreview.net/|openreview.net]] the title, abstract ​and author list for their paper, along with conflict information+  - By November 12th (2:00pm Pacific Standard Time) authors are asked to submit through ​[[ https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/​ICLR2016Conference/|CMT]] the title, abstractauthor list, subject areas and a draft of their paper.
   - Then, as soon as possible, authors must post on arXiv their submission: http://​arxiv.org .   - Then, as soon as possible, authors must post on arXiv their submission: http://​arxiv.org .
-  - Finally, by November 19th, authors must update their submission in openreview.net ​with the arXiv ID of their paper. ​+  - Finally, by November 19th (2:00pm Pacific Standard Time), authors must update their submission in CMT with the arXiv ID of their finalized ​paper. They must also update their PDF submission within CMT.
  
-Note that there can be up to 3 days of delay between sending a manuscript on arXiv and receiving your arXiv ID. It is thus important to post your submission on arXiv early. Note also that you can always update your submission on arXiv later on, anytime during the review process. Submissions without an arXiv ID after November 19th will be automatically removed from openreview.net+Note that there can be up to 3 days of delay between sending a manuscript on arXiv and receiving your arXiv ID. It is thus important to post your submission on arXiv early. Note also that you can always update your submission on arXiv later on. Submissions without an arXiv ID after November 19th will be automatically removed from CMT.
  
-Remember to download ​the [[iclr2016:stylefiles|style files and paper template]] and use within LaTeX to format your paper. **Use of the ICLR 2016 style is mandatory**.+For more information on paper preparation,​ including ​the mandatory style files, please see [[http://​www.iclr.cc/​]]
  
-When you make your arXiv submission, please be sure to correctly classify your submission into CoRR categories. ​ Typically, you should consider the following categories:​ +**Submission deadline: ​ November 12th (2:00pm Pacific Standard Time) for titleabstract ​and preliminary draft, November 19th (2:00pm Pacific Standard Time) for arXiv ID and final submission PDF.**
-  * CS.LG: machine learning +
-  * CS.NE: neural networks +
-  * CS.CV: computer vision +
-  * CS.CL: computational linguistics +
-Virtually all of the ICLR papers should have both CS.LG and CS.NE as categories and then additional categories depending on the nature of the problem. +
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-**Submission deadline:  ​11:59 pm PST, November 12th for title and abstract, 11:59 pm PST, November 19th for arXiv ID.**+
  
 ==== Notes ==== ==== Notes ====
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   - Submissions to ICLR are posted on arXiv prior to being submitted to the conference. ​   - Submissions to ICLR are posted on arXiv prior to being submitted to the conference. ​
-  - Authors submit their paper to either ​the ICLR conference ​track or workshop ​track via the openreview.net ​ICLR 2016 website.  +  - Authors submit their paper to the ICLR conference track via the CMT ICLR 2016 conference track website.  
-  - After the authors have submitted their papers via openreview.net, the ICLR program committee designates anonymous reviewers as usual. ​+  - After the authors have submitted their papers via CMT, the ICLR program committee designates anonymous reviewers as usual.
   - The submitted reviews are published without the name of the reviewer, but with an indication that they are the designated reviews. ​   - The submitted reviews are published without the name of the reviewer, but with an indication that they are the designated reviews. ​
-  - Anyone can openly (non-anonymously) write and publish comments on the paper. Anyone can ask the program chairs for permission to become an anonymous designated reviewer (open bidding). The program chairs have ultimate control over the publication of each anonymous review. Open commenters will have to use their real names, linked with their Google Scholar profiles+  - Anyone can openly (non-anonymously) write and publish comments on the paper. Anyone can ask the program chairs for permission to become an anonymous designated reviewer (open bidding). The program chairs have ultimate control over the publication of each anonymous review. Open commenters will have to use their real names. ​
   - Authors can post comments in response to reviews and comments. They can revise the paper as many times as they want, possibly citing some of the reviews. ​ Reviewers are expected to revise their reviews in light of paper revisions. ​   - Authors can post comments in response to reviews and comments. They can revise the paper as many times as they want, possibly citing some of the reviews. ​ Reviewers are expected to revise their reviews in light of paper revisions. ​
   - The review calendar includes a generous amount of time for discussion between the authors, anonymous reviewers, and open commentators. ​ The goal is to improve the quality of the final submissions. ​   - The review calendar includes a generous amount of time for discussion between the authors, anonymous reviewers, and open commentators. ​ The goal is to improve the quality of the final submissions. ​
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 ===== Program Chairs ===== ===== Program Chairs =====
  
-Brian Kingsbury, IBM Research ​\\+Brian Kingsbury, IBM Watson Group \\
 Samy Bengio, Google ​ Samy Bengio, Google ​
  
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 The organizers can be contacted at iclr2016.programchairs@gmail.com The organizers can be contacted at iclr2016.programchairs@gmail.com
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