Special Issue on VC Dimension

John Shawe-Taylor john at dcs.rhbnc.ac.uk
Mon Oct 28 15:40:28 EST 1996




                    DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS
 
                    announcing a Special Issue on
                    Vapnik-Chervonenkis Dimension
 
Manuscripts are solicited for a special issue of DISCRETE APPLIED 
MATHEMATICS on the topic of the Vapnik-Chervonenkis Dimension.

The special issue arose out of an ICMS Workshop on the VC Dimension 
though submission is not restricted to those who attended the workshop.
For more information on the Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension and the aims
of the workshop and hence also the Special Issue, please consult the 
`scientific aims' available through the homepage:

               http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/~mrj/VCWorkshop/

The following is a (nonexhaustive) list of possible topics of interest
for the SPECIAL ISSUE:

           - Combinatorics of the VC Dimension
           - Applications of the VC Dimension in Statistics
           - Applications of the VC Dimension in Learning Theory
           - Applications of the VC Dimension in Computational Geometry
           - Applications of the VC Dimension in Complexity Theory

Four (4) copies of complete manuscripts should be sent to the 
Coordinating Editor indicated below by December 31, 1996. Email 
submission of postscript files (preferably compressed and uuencoded) 
is acceptable. Manuscripts must be prepared according to the normal 
submission requirements of Discrete Applied Mathematics, as described 
inside the back cover of each issue of the journal.  All manuscripts 
will be subject to the regular refereeing process of the journal. Papers
should include an abstract.
 
The Guest Editors of the Special Issue are:
 
Coordinating Editor:  J.S. Shawe-Taylor
                      Department of Computer Science
                      Royal Holloway, University of London
                      Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX
                      UK
               Email: jst at dcs.rhbnc.ac.uk

                      A. Macintyre
                      Mathematical Institute
                      Oxford University
               Email: ajm at maths.ox.ac.uk

                      M. Jerrum
                      Department of Computer Science
                      University of Edinburgh
               Email: mrj at dcs.edinburgh.ac.uk
 
 

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