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From: Rainer Leupers <>
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Date: 3 Sep 2001 22:56:39 -0400
Organization: University of Dortmund & ICD
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                                        Call for Papers
                          ACM SIGPLAN Joint Conference
Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES'02)
    Software and Compilers for Embedded Systems (SCOPES'02)
                Berlin, Germany, June 19-21, 2002
                     (Immediately after PLDI'02)

                        In cooperation with EDAA


Important Dates

- Papers due: Feb 1, 2002
- Author notification: April 2, 2002
- Final papers due: May 2, 2002


The conference LCTES/SCOPES'02 is a joint event comprising the
best features of the LCTES and the SCOPES series of workshops,
which so far were organized independently. The scope of the
conference is: *programming-language-based specification and
design of embedded systems*. A key goal of this joint event is to
bring together attendees from different areas such as programming
languages, compilers, CAD of embedded systems and embedded system
engineering. Also, it is an objective to provide a forum for
experts from academia and industry to meet. Another objective is
to stimulate interactive discussions among the attendees.

Original submissions are invited in all areas relevant to this
theme. Appropriate topics include (but are not restricted to) the
following aspects of embedded systems.

- Object-oriented modeling
- Programming languages for embedded applications
- Real-time and embedded Java, real-time UML

- Specification of embedded software
- Software synthesis
- Software design for multiprocessor systems

- Memory management/garbage collection for embedded systems
- Concurrent+distributed embedded environments/runtime systems
- Real-time operating systems: environment and tools (e.g., RT-Linux)
- Exception and interrupt handling for real-time

- Code generation for embedded processors
- Program optimization for real-time performance and DSPs
- Exploitation of memory hierarchies
- compilers for hardware/software codesign
- compilers for reconfigurable architectures

- Timing analysis: static and dynamic approaches
- Timing predictability of modern architectures
- Real-time scheduling analysis

- Design of low power embedded software systems

- Profiling, measurement, debugging of embedded applications
- Support for partitioning, mapping, and compression

- Embedded system integration

- Validation and verification techniques for embedded software

Submitting Papers

Papers should report new, previously unpublished research and
should not exceed 5000 words including figures and references.
The format of the paper should be close to the final format (2
columns per page, 10 point font). All accepted papers will be
presented at the conference and published in the conference

All submissions must be made either through the conference's
interactive web page or by a single e-mail message to Each e-mail should include three attachments:
(a) A filled-out form containing information about the
        submission (see web page),
(b) A summary in plain ASCII text, and
(c) the paper, in postscript or pdf formats.
        Postscript and pdf formats which must be interpretable by
        ghostscript and acroread, respectively. The paper must be
        prepared for USLetter (8.5''x11'') or A4 page sizes.

These are firm constraints; submissions not meeting the criteria
described above will not be considered.


Peter Marwedel
University of Dortmund

Srinivas Devadas
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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