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 +========Workshop Track - Call For Abstracts========
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 +Workshop Track - Extended abstract deadline: February 17th, 2017
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 +Location: [[http://​toulontourisme.com/​palais-congres-toulon/​en|Palais des Congrès Neptune, Toulon, France]], April 24 - 26, 2017
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 ======Overview====== ======Overview======
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 At the workshop track of ICLR 2017 we solicit the submission of 3 page abstracts. This year, the Workshop Track will focus and favor **late-breaking developments,​ very novel ideas and position papers**. Topics covered may include: At the workshop track of ICLR 2017 we solicit the submission of 3 page abstracts. This year, the Workshop Track will focus and favor **late-breaking developments,​ very novel ideas and position papers**. Topics covered may include:
  
-  * Unordered List ItemUnsupervised, semi-supervised,​ and supervised representation learning+  * Unsupervised, semi-supervised,​ and supervised representation learning
   * Representation learning for planning and reinforcement learning   * Representation learning for planning and reinforcement learning
   * Metric learning and kernel learning   * Metric learning and kernel learning
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-Extended abstracts submitted to the Workshop Track should be 2-3 pages long, excluding references. These contributions are considered as workshop papers and can be published elsewhere, i.e., they are **not** subject to the dual submission policy restriction of our conference track papers. Selection of abstracts is performed via a light single-blinded review process.+Extended abstracts submitted to the Workshop Track are strictly limited to 3 pages, excluding references. These contributions are considered as workshop papers and can be published elsewhere, i.e., they are **not** subject to the dual submission policy restriction of our conference track papers. Selection of abstracts is performed via a light single-blinded review process.
 Note that some of the conference submissions that are not accepted to the Conference Track but fit the novelty requirements of this call for abstract, may also be invited to be presented under the Workshop Track. Note that some of the conference submissions that are not accepted to the Conference Track but fit the novelty requirements of this call for abstract, may also be invited to be presented under the Workshop Track.
  
  
 =======ICLR Submission Instructions - Workshop Track====== =======ICLR Submission Instructions - Workshop Track======
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 +By February 17th, 2016, 5:00 PM Eastern Standard time, authors must submit the PDF of their extended abstract to openreview: ​
  
 +  * https://​openreview.net/​group?​id=ICLR.cc/​2017/​workshop
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 +For more information on preparing your extended abstract, including style files for the Workshop Track, please see:
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 +  * {{:​iclr2017:​iclr2017_stylefiles_workshop.zip|}}
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 +Acceptance decisions of extended abstract will be sent by March 17th. At least one author of each accepted extended abstract will be required to register to the ICLR event and present their work.
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 +====Note to Poster Presenters====
 +  * Each poster panel is 2 meters large and 1 meter tall. If needed, tape will be provided to fix your poster.
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 +======Organizers======
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 +\ \ Yoshua Bengio, Université de Montreal, General Chair 
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 +\ \ Yann LeCun, New York University and Facebook, General Chair
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 +\ \ Marc’Aurelio Ranzato, Facebook, Senior Program Chair
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 +\ \ Tara Sainath, Google, Program Chair
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 +\ \ Oriol Vinyals, Google Deepmind, Program Chair
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 +\ \ Hugo Larochelle, Google, Program Chair 
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 +======Contact======
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 +The organizers can be contacted at [[iclr2017.programchairs@gmail.com]].