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Fri May 26 2000

Confs: Machine Learning/ICML-2000

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  1. Claude-Nicolas Fiechter, Machine Learning/ICML-2000 early registration deadline - June 1, 2000

Message 1: Machine Learning/ICML-2000 early registration deadline - June 1, 2000

Date: Fri, 26 May 2000 15:02:56 -0700
From: Claude-Nicolas Fiechter <>
Subject: Machine Learning/ICML-2000 early registration deadline - June 1, 2000

*** Call for Participation ***


 June 29-July 2, 2000
 Stanford University

The Seventeenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML-2000)
will be held at Stanford University from June 29 to July 2, 2000. The
conference will bring together researchers to exchange ideas and report
recent progress in the computational study of learning.

ICML-2000 will include 150 presentations on learning in classification,
robotic control, planning, natural language and text processing,
computer vision, user modeling, and other domains. It will also feature
invited talks by Jerome Friedman, Paul Utgoff, and Haym Hirsh, as well
as six workshops on Sunday, July 2. Details about ICML-2000, including
the conference schedule, are available at

The deadline for early registration is June 1, which is less than a week
away. After this date, the registration fee increases from $175 to $250.
More important, we cannot accept reservations for on-campus housing
requests after that date, and we expect hotel space in Silicon Valley to
be very scarce, so please register soon. 

ICML-2000 will be collocated with COLT-2000 and UAI-2000. Registrants to
any of these meetings will be able to attend the technical sessions of
the others at no additional cost. The conference has received support
from DaimlerChrysler, ISLE, Motorola, IBM, CSLI, Hewlett-Packard, and
NASA Ames. If you have questions about ICML-2000, send electronic mail
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