In this edition, we invite submissions  on the foundational theory of analogies and on the interactions between case-based reasoning and analogies, especially, supported by use-case studies.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

– Axiomatic and model theoretic approaches to analogical reasoning (AR);
– Computational theories of AR and CBR: connectionist models, minimum complexity principle, structure mappings, representation learning, similarity learning, case-based prediction methods beyond the k-nearest neighbors, case representations taking into account domain knowledge, …
– Applications: NLP, visual domains, healthcare, classification and recommendation, software engineering, knowledge management, semantic web, …

Important :

Format ot the papers
Submitted papers must be formatted according to ICCBR 2023 workshop formatting template. To facilitate formatting, we set a page here with the suitable document class. We welcome contributions in the form of short (7 pages including references) and long papers (14 pages plus up to 2 pages of references). Submissions can describe either work in progress or mature work.

Submission site:
Review process
All papers will be thoroughly reviewed (single-blind). Overlength and/or out-of-scope papers will be rejected without review.
All papers will appear in the pre-proceedings made available on the workshop webpage. Original contributions will be published as proposed by ICCBR 2023. In addition, authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their work to a special issue in Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (AMAI-Springer). 
Important Dates

Paper Submission (*New*):
 June 2nd, 2023

Paper Notification:
June 16th, 2023

Camera Ready Copy: 
June 26th, 2023

Workshop Timing:
July 17th, 2023

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