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The event was very successful with 54 participants. The total number of submitted papers was 71 from 27 countries. Each paper was reviewed by three reviewers.† 41 papers were accepted with an overall acceptance rate of 58% and 28% for the oral sessions.

The highlight of the workshop was the six plenary speakers: Prof. Simon Haykin, Prof. Timo Honkela, Prof. Jose Principe, Prof. Ali Sayed,† Prof. Bernhard Shoelkopf and Prof. Naftali Tishby.† The plenary talks were of a complementary nature, and they all raised interesting discussions.

The last day, a round-table discussion took place, concerning the nature and the future prospects of cognitive processing. All participants agreed that cognitive processing is here to stay and in the future more and more intelligence will be integrated into the development of any system.

The Proceedings of the workshop are freely (Open Access) available via the EURASIPís site.

Workshop Report:† CIP 2008

Visit the CIP 2008 web siteís list of

Authors and Papers

to link to full-text versions of the papers.

Report prepared by the CIP 2008 Co-chairs:

Simon Haykin

Sergios Theodoridis

Round Table Discussion, Tuesday, June 10, 2008.

 

From left to right:† Jose Principe, Ali Sayed, Simon Haykin, Bernhard Scholkopf, Timo Honkela, Tali Tishby