CFP: Workshop “ZULU Competition Debriefing”

Workshop “ZULU Competition Debriefing”

Satellite Event to the
10th International Colloquium on Grammatical Inference (ICGI’10)

Valencia, Spain, September 16th, 2010.

Supported by Pascal 2 Network of Excellence

Zulu was a active learning competition, where participants were to build
algorithms that can learn deterministic finite automata (DFA) by making
the smallest number of membership queries to a server/oracle
(see The competition
took place during the month of July 2010.

The results of the competition make it clear that a substancial
improvement of the state of the art has taken place. In order to
analyse and discuss this progress, but also to comment upon the
competition and give the prizes to the winner, a workshop inside
ICGI will be organised on the last day of ICGI 2010


Participants to the Competition are encouraged to submit an extended
abstract (~2-4 pages in PDF) in which they present their analysis and
algorithms. Researchers that have not participated are also allowed to
submit an abstract, when within the scope of Zulu. These papers should be
mailed to Jean-Christophe Janodet ( *
Deadline for submission of papers: July 23rd, 2010
* Notification of acceptance: July 30th, 2010
* Workshop date: September 16th, 2010