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Výsledek Soutěže o nejlepší publikaci ÚTIA 2016

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1. cena:

Studený Milan, Kroupa Tomáš: Core-based criterion for extreme supermodular functions, Discrete Applied Mathematics vol.206, 1 (2016), p. 122-151.

2. cena:

Certificate of Reviewing

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Recognition for Dr. Zdenek Beran from the Department of Control Theory.

NIPS 2016 Workshop

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An international workshop in conjunction with the 30th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2016)

IMPERFECT DECISION MAKERS: ADMITTING REAL-WORLD RATIONALITY

December 9, 2016, Barcelona, Spain

Doc. RNDr. Martin Janžura, Csc. passed away

We regret to announce that Martin Janžura passed away on August 2, 2016, aged 61. His research was centered around the statistics of Gibbs random fields. For many years, he served the Institute as a deputy director. Since 2011 he has been Editor-in-Chief of the journal Kybernetika. As an associated professor, he lectured at the Charles University and the Czech Technical University on various topics in statistics and information theory. He will be missed by his colleagues and students. In him, our institute has lost an original and notable character.

Registration

The workshop is being held under the auspices of the 30th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2016).

Please visit the NIPS Registration page (https://nips.cc/login.php) for more information and workshop registration. The registration fee for the Workshop can be found on NIPS page (https://nips.cc/Conferences/2016/Pricing).

Programme Commitee

Programme Committee (confirmed, in alphabet order):

Nils Bertschinger, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Germany

Anne Collins, UC Berkeley, USA 

Michael Harre, University of Sydney, Australia 

Organizers

Submission Instructions

All accepted submissions will be published in the Workshop and Conference Proceedings series of the Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMRL) as well as presented at the workshop as posters and talks. If you do not wish your work to be published in the JMRL proceedings, please indicate that in your submission email.

Call for Contributions

The workshop will include discussed talks and poster sessions. We invite submissions of papers describing the technical content of the proposed contribution. The selected submissions may be accepted either as an oral presentation or as a poster presentation.

The workshop’s targeted audience is:

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