All participants of the challenge are invited to submit if they consider their submission particularly
effective, novel, otherwise interesting, or exploiting identified particularities of the data.
Note: paper submission is mandatory if you want to be
eligible for a prize (top 5). Accepted papers are given an oral and a poster presentation slot at the
workshop. At least one author of each accepted paper must attend the workshop and present their work.
Please note that a badly written paper or absence of presence at workshop, may prevent you from being
eligible for the prize. Please contact the workshop organization if none of the authors will be able to
attend the workshop.
Anonymization of submissions is not required; please include your team name in abstract and text, as
well as a link to your code repository, the achieved score, and a reference to the RecSys Challenge
Website (http://www.recsyschallenge.com/2020/). Note:
This will be replaced with a reference to an overview paper in the RecSys proceedings for the
Submission website:EasyChair link to be provided soon
The submitted papers will be evaluated based on novelty, clarity, and presented empirical results.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least three PC members.
Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.
Accepted papers must be presented in the RecSys Challenge Workshop (either as an oral presentation or