ICML 2002

The Nineteenth International Conference on Machine Learning

University of New South Wales

8 - 12 July 2002

Your paper must be submitted using the upload facility of a webform. You are also required to provide us with an abstract of your paper in plain ASCII format and indicate which conference topic(s) your paper covers. This information is used to assign the most appropriate reviewers for your paper.

Abstracts and papers must be submitted before 1 February 2002, 11:59 PM AEDT.

Authors who cannot submit their papers electronically should inform the PC chairs at icml2002@.cse.unsw.edu.au.

The deadline for camera-ready papers is 19 April 2002. In case your paper is accepted, you will receive instructions on how to submit your paper.

When filling in the electronic forms, PLEASE USE CAPITALS ONLY WHEN SYNTACTICALLY NEEDED, so e.g. only at the beginning of your Name, not your FULL NAME. (The previous line is an example of a wrong usage of capitals.)

Example of the correct way to spell your name: John Smith
Example of the wrong way to spell your name: JOHN SMITH

Example of the correct way to type the title of your paper:
CyberChair: An Online Paper Submission and Reviewing System Written in Python
Example of the wrong way to type the title of your paper:
CYBERCHAIR: AN ONLINE PAPER SUBMISSION AND REVIEWING SYSTEM WRITTEN IN PYTHON

Step 1
Abstract and paper submission

Note: You will be sent a message immediately after your submission.
Please contact us if you don't receive this message within a reasonable time.
Explanation

Until 1 February 2002 11:59 PM AEDT

Step 2
Camera-ready paper submission

Explanation

Until 19 April 2002

CyberChair Author: Richard van de Stadt (Borbala Online Conference Services) Development supported by TRESE Copyright by University of Twente