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 We strongly recommend that researchers in computer vision who wish to make workshop submissions adhere closely to the recommended paper length to avoid issues with [[http://​www.pamitc.org/​cvpr15/​author_guidelines.php|CVPR'​s policy on dual submissions]]. We strongly recommend that researchers in computer vision who wish to make workshop submissions adhere closely to the recommended paper length to avoid issues with [[http://​www.pamitc.org/​cvpr15/​author_guidelines.php|CVPR'​s policy on dual submissions]].
  
-Note that submitted conference track papers that are not accepted to the conference proceedings are automatically considered for the workshop track. ​ Authors whose papers are not accepted to the conference but are accepted to the workshop will be given the option to replace their original manuscript with a briefer extended abstract. ​ This option is provided to address the concerns by computer vision conferences such as CVPR about dual submission of full papers.+Note that submitted conference track papers that are not accepted to the conference proceedings are automatically considered for the workshop track. ​ Authors whose papers are not accepted to the conference but are accepted to the workshop will be given the option to replace their original manuscript with a briefer extended abstract ​**that has a new arXiv ID**.  This option is provided to address the concerns by computer vision conferences such as CVPR about dual submission of full papers.
 ===== ICLR Submission Instructions ===== ===== ICLR Submission Instructions =====
   - Download the [[iclr2015:​iclr2015_stylefiles.zip|style files and paper template]] and use within LaTeX to format your paper. Make sure the correct choice between a conference and workshop submission is explicitly specified within your paper, as supported by the style file.  **Use of the ICLR 2015 style is mandatory**.   - Download the [[iclr2015:​iclr2015_stylefiles.zip|style files and paper template]] and use within LaTeX to format your paper. Make sure the correct choice between a conference and workshop submission is explicitly specified within your paper, as supported by the style file.  **Use of the ICLR 2015 style is mandatory**.
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 For more information on paper preparation,​ including style files, please see http://​www.iclr.cc/​doku.php?​id=iclr2015:​main For more information on paper preparation,​ including style files, please see http://​www.iclr.cc/​doku.php?​id=iclr2015:​main
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 +When you make your arXiv submission, please be sure to correctly classify your submission into CoRR categories. ​ Typically, you should consider the following categories:
 +  * 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.
  
 **Submission deadline: ​ 11:59 pm PST, December 19, 2014** **Submission deadline: ​ 11:59 pm PST, December 19, 2014**
 ==== Notes ==== ==== Notes ====
-  - Regarding the conference submission'​s 6-9 page limits, these are really meant as guidelines and will not be strictly enforced. For example, figures should not be shrunk to illegible size to fit within the page limit. However, in order to ensure a reasonable workload for our reviewers, papers that go beyond the 9 pages should be formatted to include a 9 page submission and a separate supplementary material submission that will be optionally reviewed. If the paper is selected for the JMLR special topic issue, this supplementary material can be incorporated into the final journal version.+  - Regarding the conference submission'​s 6-9 page limits, these are really meant as guidelines and will not be strictly enforced. For example, figures should not be shrunk to illegible size to fit within the page limit. However, in order to ensure a reasonable workload for our reviewers, papers that go beyond the 9 pages should be formatted to include a 9 page submission and a separate supplementary material submission that will be optionally reviewed. If the paper is selected for the JMLR special topic issue, this supplementary material can be incorporated into the final journal version.  We recommend placing the supplementary material in a section of the main paper, after the references, and labeling the section as supplementary.
   - Workshop track submissions should be formatted as an **extended** abstract, with introduction,​ problem statement, brief explanation of solution, figure(s) and references. ​ They may include a link to a longer arXiv paper, if desired.   - Workshop track submissions should be formatted as an **extended** abstract, with introduction,​ problem statement, brief explanation of solution, figure(s) and references. ​ They may include a link to a longer arXiv paper, if desired.
 +  - The reviewers will be asked to judge the papers submitted via CMT initially, but once the discussion period begins, they will be asked to work from the most recent version on arXiv.
   - Paper revisions will be permitted, and in fact are encouraged, in response to comments from and discussions with the reviewers (see [[iclr2015:​cfp#​an_open_reviewing_paradigm|An Open Reviewing Paradigm]] below).   - Paper revisions will be permitted, and in fact are encouraged, in response to comments from and discussions with the reviewers (see [[iclr2015:​cfp#​an_open_reviewing_paradigm|An Open Reviewing Paradigm]] below).
   - Authors are encouraged to post their papers to arXiv early enough that the paper has an arXiv number and URL by the submission deadline of 11:59 pm PST, 19 Dec. 2014.  However, if these are not yet available, authors have up to one week after the submission deadline to provide the arXiv number and URL. At submission time, simply provide the title, authors, abstract, and temporary arXiv number indicating that the paper has been submitted to arXiv.   - Authors are encouraged to post their papers to arXiv early enough that the paper has an arXiv number and URL by the submission deadline of 11:59 pm PST, 19 Dec. 2014.  However, if these are not yet available, authors have up to one week after the submission deadline to provide the arXiv number and URL. At submission time, simply provide the title, authors, abstract, and temporary arXiv number indicating that the paper has been submitted to arXiv.