What is Late-Breaking Work: A Late-Breaking Work submission is a concise report of recent findings or other types of innovative or thought-provoking work relevant to the Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning community. Late-Breaking Work submissions represent work that has not reached a level of completion or maturity that would warrant the full refereed selection process. Submissions should report on cutting edge or emerging work that has not been fully realized or developed, for which empirical data may not yet be available, or that has not yet reached a level of maturity expected for the main track of CIARP. A significant benefit of a Late-Breaking Work derives from the discussion between authors and conference attendees that will be fostered by the face-to-face presentation of the work.
Selection Process: Late-Breaking Work submissions are selected through a Juried process. The process has been designed to acknowledge the early-stage nature of the work. All submissions are considered confidential during the review process. Each submission will be reviewed on the following criteria: Significance, Originality, Validity, Written Presentation, and Ability of the Work to Initiate Discussion.
Chairs: Ruben Vera-Rodriguez, Sergio Velastin, Manuel Montes-y-Gomez and Aythami Morales.
IMPORTANT: At least one author must be registered (there is a late-breaking work author fee) and attend the conference to present the poster.
At the Conference: Accepted submissions will be presented as a poster during the conference. Authors of accepted submissions will receive details on the poster presentation and scheduling at the conference. Information of the poster sizes and how they are secured in the frames will be provided closer to the conference date. Authors will be assigned a time and location to present their poster to conference attendees.
After the Conference: the 3-page short paper will be collected in an edited book (either the main Springer LNCS CIARP proceedings or a companion volume).