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Assigned to Review a Paper I Previously Reviewed

If the authors did not change their paper in response to your review (which I assume you mean by "I was assigned the exact same paper"), then: Your review is still as relevant as it was ...
Stephan Kolassa's user avatar
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Assigned to Review a Paper I Previously Reviewed

This is becoming incredibly common in Machine Learning and Computer Vision. Too many papers, too much interest in the area, not enough good reviewers, and no good second-tier or third-tier conferences ...
David's user avatar
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10 votes
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Contacted by COI PC

To me this seems sufficiently inappropriate behavior by this committee member that I would contact the chairs about the email you received. I think an understated or strictly factual tone is best; you ...
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Assigned to Review a Paper I Previously Reviewed

I certainly do not think it would be unethical to review it but my inclination, mostly in the interests of transparency, would be to tell the Area Chair and ask them to assign it to a different person....
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Assigned to Review a Paper I Previously Reviewed

I had this exact same situation happen to me (also in the same field, ML/CV): I reviewed a paper at conference A, recommended rejection, the authors withdrew with no rebuttal, and I was again assigned ...
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What is the ethical way to request Professor X to invite Professor Y as a contributor to our work-in-progress research?

Personally, I would meet face to face with X and first talk about your situation and the dilemma. Then instead of proposing collaboration directly, ask X about the advisability of this step. You can (...
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When do you include the nth in front of the conference when citing?

I think most bibliographic guidelines say that you need to cite the proceedings title as it appears on the book cover or on the website where the abstract is published. In practice, I'm not sure if ...
Vladimir Lysikov's user avatar
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When do you include the nth in front of the conference when citing?

You are right that the information can be superfluous, as the year is also given. Nevertheless, the name of the conference include the number and proper citation gives the full name of the conference, ...
Thomas Schwarz's user avatar
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Do conference abstracts by other groups preclude publication?

I'm not sure that this will answer all your concerns, but note that publishing an idea doesn't give you "ownership" of it, nor does it put a block on other related or parallel research. ...
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1 vote
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Does a paper submitted to a conference have to be identical to the paper that was uploaded to a pre-print repository like ArXiv or TechRxiv?

The paper does not have to match your preprint exactly. One option is to reference the preprint in the "Related work / Literature review" section of your paper. This prevents the plagiarism ...
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