June-July 2021, The 15th International Conference on Grammatical Inference (ICGI 2020), New York NY, U.S.A.
This bi-annual conference focuses on all aspects of grammar learning, including (but not limited to) theoretical and experimental analysis of different models of grammar induction, and algorithms for induction of different classes of languages and automata.
This edition will provide a particular insight on the relation with connectionist models such as neural networks: tutorials of the first day will focus on that subject and authors are encouraged to submit works on that subject.
Initially scheduled on August 26-28 2020 at NYC SUNY Global Center, ICGI’20 will be held during summer 2021
ICGI 2020 is the place to present your work on learning formal grammars, finite state machines, context-free grammars, Markov models, or any models related to language theory, stochastic or not. Both theoretical work and experimental analyses are welcomed as submissions. This year we especially encourage submissions related to connectionist models such as neural networks, since the tutorials of the first day will focus on that topic. We welcome three types of papers: formal and/or technical papers, position papers, and tool papers.