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With the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 crisis, the ADBIS, TPDL and EDA 2020 joint conferences are going fully online. They will take place on about the same days that we had planned for the physical meeting in Lyon, i.e., August 25 to 27. Conference days and talks will be shortened, as attending streaming presentation is tiring. The schedule will be centered around lunchtime to allow as many participants to attend. You may also expect an online social session! Registration fees will be decreased accordingly and authors will receive in time instructions regarding presentations. Participants to the workshops, doctoral consortium and/or conferences not presenting a talk will be able to register for free.

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