Looking for Articles
You may access articles on this website in 3 ways.
1. Browse the articles by proceedings of any year.
Select the Proceedings option from the main menu and click on the Proceeding which you want to view. This will display the
list of articles in that proceeding sorted in alphabetical order. Click on any article to view its information.
2. Look for articles written by a particular author.
Select the Authors option from the main menu. This will display the list of authors of articles which have been published
in the UAI Proceedings. Click on the author name you want to display his contact information that he/she provided and the
articles he has published in UAI. Click on any article to view it.
3. Search for articles based on text search
Select the Search option from the main menu. This will display a search box and 3 check boxes. Search can be performed on
the contents of the abstract of the article, or title of the article or keywords for the article that are provided by the author.
You may enter multiple search terms to make your query more accurate.
Looking for Author Information
You may access contact information about authors by selecting the Authors option from the main menu. This information is
provided by the authors themselves.
Logging in to edit your contact information / article information
Your Firstname and Lastname together is your username. The login is case-insensitive for your firstname and lastname.
If you donot know how your first and last names are stored in the database, select the Authors option in the main menu and locate
your name in the list and use it to log on.
If you havent already been assigned a password then contact us and we will assign you one. Please change it the first time you log on.
We encourage you to atleast provide your email address in your contact information so that our automated password retrieval system will
be able to send it to you incase you forget your password.
Please feel free to contact DSL if you still have problems. We would be more than glad to help you out.
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