ILP 2010, Florence (Italy) June 27-30, 2010

The 20th International Conference on Inductive Logic Programming (ILP 2010) will be held in Firenze, Italy, from Sunday 27th to Wednesday 30th June 2010. The conference is sponsored by PASCAL2 (as a non-core event).

ILP started in 1991 and is the premier international forum on logic-based and relational learning. The conference has recently explored several intersections to statistical learning and other probabilistic approaches, expanding research horizons significantly.

ILP 2010 will feature a tutorial day on June 27
Structural Decomposition Methods: Identifying easy instances of hard problems by Francesco Scarcello and Gianluigi Greco
Multivariate Models for Relational Learning by Volker Tresp

Confirmed keynote speakers so far are
Michael Kifer (Stony Brook University): AI Journal keynote speaker, Rule Interchange Format: Logic Programming’s Second Wind?
David Poole (University of British Columbia), Pascal keynote speaker, Probabilistic Relational Learning and Inductive Logic Programming at a Global Scale

A limited number of discounted student registrations are available, thanks to generous support from the Association for Logic Programming

Machine Learning Journal is our generous sponsor for the best student paper award.

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