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Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines (Journal Track)

The journal track papers should be submitted to Machine Learning Journal directly, please refer to https://link.springer.com/journal/10994/updates/25552250. Please select “S.I. Learning and Reasoning” (under Details -> Collection) when you are submitting to the IJCLR 2024 MLJ S. I.


Submission Guidelines (Main Track)

Submissions will be handled by CMT. To submit a paper to Main Track of IJCLR2024, authors are invited to follow the Submission Link. After completing the registration by opening the link, select the Track name from the dropdown menu of the “Create new submission” button to make your submission. After completing the submission, you can continue to upload supplementary materials on the Submissions page.

Submissions must be in Springer LNCS format, according to the Springer LNCS author instructions. A full range of general questions about submissions to Springer journals can be found on Springer’s website.

Conference papers may be either long papers, of up to 15 pages, including references, or short papers of up to 6-9 pages, including references. Please note that Long paper should be submitted to the “Main Track” on CMT; Short Paper (Extended Abstract) should be submitted to the “Extended Abstract Track” on CMT.

This year, we will maintain the longstanding practice of single-blind peer review for the conference. We will also continue to learn from the strengths of other conferences to optimize our review process in future events.

Visit the Important Dates page for the Main Track cut-off dates. You can modify your submission at any time before the submission deadline.

Submission Guidelines (Special Track)

To submit a paper to Special Track of IJCLR2024, authors are invited to follow the Submission Link. After completing the registration by opening the link, select the “Special Track” option from the dropdown menu of the “Create new submission” button to make your submission. After completing the submission, you can continue to upload supplementary materials on the Submissions page.

Submissions must be in Springer LNCS format, according to the Springer LNCS author instructions. A full range of general questions about submissions to Springer journals can be found on Springer’s website.

Conference papers may be either long papers, of up to 15 pages, including references, or short papers of up to 6-9 pages, including references.

Please note that unlike Main Track, Special Track only accepts papers on the topic of Reasoning in Large Language Models. For more information, please view Call for Papers.

The Important Dates for the Special Track are same as Main Track. You can modify your submission at any time before the submission deadline.