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IEEE International Workshop on
Machine Learning for Signal Processing

September 21-24, 2014  Reims, France

Code of Ethics

Authors who have questions about whether their paper would violate any code of ethics should contact the Program Chair at when they plan to submit the paper.

The code of ethics follows IEEE Signal Processing Society Policies and Procedures.

The essential parts are listed below. If any discrepancy between the stated info and the official IEEE Signal Processing Society Policies and Procedures then the official policies prevail.

Authors' Rights

Author Misconduct

The IEEE Signal Processing Society recognizes that there are different forms of author misconduct including:

Paper Formatting

Authors are required to format submissions in accordance with provided formatting procedures provided. Failure to comply will result in rejection of the paper for publication.


No-show papers are defined as papers submitted by authors who subsequently did not either themselves or via proxy present the paper at the technical meeting. No-show papers that were not withdrawn and were published in the Proceedings must be identified as "No-Show" in the files submitted to IEEE for further publication (IEEE Xplore). No-shows will not be available on IEEE Xplore or other public access IEEE forums. IEEE will maintain an archive of no-shows.

Exceptions to this policy will be made by the Technical Program Chair of the conference only if there is evidence that the no-show occurred because of unanticipated events beyond the control of the authors, and every option available to the authors to present the paper was exhausted. The no-show authors may appeal the decision of the Technical Program Chair to the Vice President-Conferences.

Authors of papers submitted to the meeting must be advised in writing that the IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the technical meeting.

The technical meeting organizers will be responsible for gathering the no-show information from the sessions and submitting the information to the Conference Executive staff.

Authors' Copyright

As provided by IEEE Policy, all technical, educational and professional publications, including Society newsletters, are required to be copyrighted by the IEEE. Copyright is held by the Institute itself and not by the Society. In further keeping with IEEE policy, the Society shall ensure that, prior to publication, all authors or their employers shall transfer to the IEEE in writing any copyright they hold for their individual papers. Such transfer shall be necessary for publication, except for material in the public domain or reprinted from a copyrighted publication. In return, the IEEE shall grant authors and their employers permission in writing to make copies and otherwise reuse the material under terms approved by the IEEE Publication Services and Products Board, which shall be specified in the PSPB Operations Manual.
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