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By Thomas G. Dietterich (auth.), Zhi-Hua Zhou, Takashi Washio (eds.)

The First Asian convention on computer studying (ACML 2009) was once held at Nanjing, China in the course of November 2–4, 2009.This used to be the ?rst version of a chain of annual meetings which objective to supply a number one overseas discussion board for researchers in laptop studying and similar ?elds to percentage their new rules and learn ?ndings. This 12 months we obtained 113 submissions from 18 nations and areas in Asia, Australasia, Europe and North the United States. The submissions went via a r- orous double-blind reviewing method. so much submissions got 4 stories, a couple of submissions got ?ve studies, whereas in simple terms numerous submissions bought 3 reports. each one submission used to be dealt with by way of a space Chair who coordinated discussions between reviewers and made suggestion at the submission. this system Committee Chairs tested the studies and meta-reviews to extra warrantly the reliability and integrity of the reviewing method. Twenty-nine - pers have been chosen after this strategy. to make sure that very important revisions required by way of reviewers have been integrated into the ?nal authorised papers, and to permit submissions which might have - tential after a cautious revision, this 12 months we introduced a “revision double-check” approach. in brief, the above-mentioned 29 papers have been conditionally permitted, and the authors have been asked to include the “important-and-must”re- sionssummarizedbyareachairsbasedonreviewers’comments.Therevised?nal model and the revision record of every conditionally approved paper used to be tested via the realm Chair and software Committee Chairs. Papers that didn't go the exam have been ?nally rejected.

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