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iclr2018:conference_cfp [2017/09/18 23:20]
iclrpc [What Is Changing from ICLR 2017]
iclr2018:conference_cfp [2017/10/12 15:37] (current)
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 4) We will have **only one round** of review process, where the reviewers will provide their assessment of the paper. There will still be a discussion period between the authors and reviewers after the initial review round. 4) We will have **only one round** of review process, where the reviewers will provide their assessment of the paper. There will still be a discussion period between the authors and reviewers after the initial review round.
  
-5) Authors can revise their paper as many times as needed up to the paper deadline. During the review period, authors will not be allowed to revise their paper. ​ Once the review period is over and the rebuttal period begins, authors can revise their paper but a pdfdiff will be done against the submission at the paper deadline. However, ​ACs and reviewers reserve the right to ignore changes which are significant from the original scope of the paper.+5) Authors can revise their paper as many times as needed up to the paper deadline. During the review period, authors will not be allowed to revise their paper. ​ Once the review period is over and the rebuttal period begins, authors can revise their paper but a [[https://​github.com/​cascremers/​pdfdiff|pdfdiff]] will be done against the submission at the paper deadline. However, ​area chairs ​and reviewers reserve the right to ignore changes which are significant from the original scope of the paper.
  
 ====ICLR Submission Instructions==== ====ICLR Submission Instructions====
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 ====Withdrawing Policy==== ====Withdrawing Policy====
  
-Authors have the right to withdraw papers from consideration at any time until paper notification. However, ​once a paper has been submitted ​to ICLR, it will remain hosted by OpenReview in a publicly visible “withdrawn papers” section. Like on arXiv, submissions to ICLR cannot be deleted. Withdrawn papers will be de-anonymized ​along with all submissions at the time decisions are announced. Alternatively,​ once a paper is withdrawn, authors will be allowed to de-anonymize the paper right away if they choose.+Authors have the right to withdraw papers from consideration at any time until paper notification. Before the paper deadline of October 27th, if an author withdraws the paper it will be deleted from the OpenReview hosting site. However, ​after the submission deadline, if an author chooses ​to withdraw, it will remain hosted by OpenReview in a publicly visible “withdrawn papers” section. Like on arXiv, submissions to ICLR cannot be deleted. Withdrawn papers will be de-anonymized right away.
  
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   - Authors are encouraged to revise their paper as many times as needed up until the paper deadline of October 27. Note authors can participate in the discussion about their paper as well as any other paper submitted to the conference, at any time.   - Authors are encouraged to revise their paper as many times as needed up until the paper deadline of October 27. Note authors can participate in the discussion about their paper as well as any other paper submitted to the conference, at any time.
   - By November 27 2017, reviewers need to post their full review. Reviews are anonymous and publicly visible in Open Review. Once the reviews are posted, authors are free to make changes to their paper as often as needed.   - By November 27 2017, reviewers need to post their full review. Reviews are anonymous and publicly visible in Open Review. Once the reviews are posted, authors are free to make changes to their paper as often as needed.
-  - The rebuttal period will be from November 27, 2017 until January 5, 2018, where authors can address reviewer comments and make changes to the paper. During this period, any submission that is cited will be given an anonymous BibTex entry.+  - The rebuttal period will be from November 27, 2017 until January 5, 2018, where authors can address reviewer comments and make changes to the paper. During ​this period, a [[https://​github.com/​cascremers/​pdfdiff|pdfdiff]] will be applied to compare new changes to the paper against the original submission. Area chairs and reviewers reserve the right to ignore changes that are significantly different from the original paper. In addition, during ​this period, any submission that is cited will be given an anonymous BibTex entry.
   - On January 29, 2018, authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their paper. Some of the rejected papers that distinguish themselves for their originality will be invited for presentation under the Workshop Track. After notification,​ all BibTex entries will be de-anonymized.   - On January 29, 2018, authors will be notified about the acceptance or rejection of their paper. Some of the rejected papers that distinguish themselves for their originality will be invited for presentation under the Workshop Track. After notification,​ all BibTex entries will be de-anonymized.
   - Papers that are not accepted to the Conference Track will be considered non-archival,​ and may be submitted elsewhere (modified or not), although the OpenReview site will maintain the reviews, the comments, and links to the versions submitted to ICLR.   - Papers that are not accepted to the Conference Track will be considered non-archival,​ and may be submitted elsewhere (modified or not), although the OpenReview site will maintain the reviews, the comments, and links to the versions submitted to ICLR.