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The 6th International Conference on Machine Vision and Machine Learning 2020 (MVML’20)

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August 13, 2020 - August 15, 2020
Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
PRAGUE
International ASET Inc.
+1 613-834-9999

About this Event
The exhibit provides a platform for companies and institutions to present their products and distribute brochures and business cards. The exhibit also provides a unique networking opportunity with many experts and researchers in the field of control, dynamic systems, and robotics.

The Conference Program for Machine Vision and Machine Learning will be available shortly.

Call for Papers
Abstract Submissions Due Jan. 24.
Submissions in the form of extended abstracts, short papers, and full manuscripts are welcome. All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed. The congress proceedings will be published under an ISSN and ISBN number. The conference proceedings will be indexed by Google Scholar. Each paper will be assigned a unique DOI number by Crossref. The proceedings will be permanently archived in Portico (one of the largest community-supported digital archives in the world). Selected papers from the congress will be submitted for possible publication in the Journal of Machine Intelligence and Data Science (JMIDS) (publication fees may apply).


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