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Competition rules

The Competition is organized in four challenges (see bellow). Entries for several challenges at the same time are allowed. However, only students or student teams are allowed to enter the Student Challenge.

Evaluation criteria will be different for each challenge and evaluation procedure will be made clear prior the contest. Watch for website updates!

Recipe book

The recipe book is available here (zip format).

Warning: the recipe book may be updated at anytime.

Competition timeline and requirements

1st of June 2011: CCC Registration form

12th of June 2011: technical papers

6th of July: acceptance notification

25th of July: Camera-ready technical papers

1st of September 2011: evaluation of the systems.

12th of September 2011: Contest.

Challenges

The main rule, common for all challenges, is: “you have to use the initial recipe book as a starting point to provide adapted recipes”. You are allowed to use any other knowledge source to bootstrap your system, gather adaptation knowledge, compute similarities measures, build ontologies, etc.

1. Main Challenge

As in the previous editions of the competition, the main challenge involves answering queries that require the selection and possible modification of a recipe for a single dish. For example “I would like a fish filet, but please avoid lemon and other citrus fruits.”

Systems must be able to deal with:

2. Adaptation Challenge

The aim of the adaptation challenge is to focus the adaptation task.

Given a recipe from the recipe base, and a set of constraint, teams will have to build an adapted recipe.

Example:

3. Open Challenge

The rule of the open challenge is quite simple: do what you want (still with the initial case base) and impress us! The only evaluation criterion for this challenge is the scientific originality of the proposed contribution. The evaluation will rely on the peer review of the paper, your presentation, and your demo during the contest. You can present one specific aspect of a system as a candidate for the open challenge.

Here are some example of topics that you can address in the open challenge (non-exhaustive list):

Look at it carefully : an open challenge this year may become an official challenge for next year…

4. Student Challenge

Students teams (or student-led teams) are welcome. Students teams can focus on a specific task (e.g., natural language processing of a query, quantity adaptation, adaptation knowledge acquisition, etc.) and present their results during the contest.

Students' contributions will be evaluated separately by the Program Committee and the best student team will receive a special award.

If you need any additional information or material for this challenge, please contact us (ccc@liris.cnrs.fr).

Additionnal information

Registration is mandatory

Any individual or group (e.g., academic, industry, or government) is invited to participate. At least one person per finalist must register for the conference, demonstrate the system, and give a talk in the CCC workshop.

No restriction on technologies

We do not make any restrictions on the technology to be used: