ICGI 2023

Deadline extended to March 12 (anywhere on earth)

The International Conference on Grammatical Inference (ICGI) (please visit: https://grammarlearning.org/ ) is the meeting place for presenting, discovering, and discussing the latest research results at the intersection of Machine Learning and Formal Language Theory.

Submissions to the conference can be made through the easy chair portal; the deadline for submissions is March 1st  extended to March 12, 2023.

This 16th edition of ICGI will be hosted by the Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco.

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of  ICGI, the program will include a distinguished lecture by Dana Angluin (Yale University). The program will also include two invited talks, on recent advances in Grammatical Inference for Natural Language Processing and Bioinformatics by Cyril Allauzen (Google NY) and Ahmed Elnaggar (TU München), and a half-day tutorial at the beginning of the conference, on formal languages and neural models for learning on sequences by Will Merrill (NYU), in addition to the oral presentations of accepted research papers on the foundations of learning languages, from theoretical and algorithmic perspectives to their applications (natural language or document processing, bioinformatics, model checking and software verification, program synthesis, planning and control, intrusion detection…).

The conference will also host a special session to present the participants’ approaches and the results from the TAYSIR competition (please visit: https://remieyraud.github.io/TAYSIR/) on extracting simpler models from neural networks.

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