IEEE Int Conf on Computer Languages 92 (FINAL Call for Papers) (Jim Cordy)
Thu, 22 Aug 1991 04:47:57 GMT

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From: (Jim Cordy)
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Keywords: CFP
Organization: Computing & Information Science, Queen's University
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1991 04:47:57 GMT


      IEEE Computer Society 1992 International Conference on Computer Languages

San Francisco, California, USA, April 20-23, 1992

        Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer
Languages. In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and IFIP TC2.

This is the fourth in a series of conferences devoted to all aspects of
computer languages, serving to bring together people broadly interested in
machine processable descriptions. The hallmarks of ICCL are diversity,
openness to a wide range of linguistic research, and international
representation. The focus is on new ideas in languages and language technology
which are innovative or experimental in design, implementation, specification
or application. The conference normally includes a number of panel discussions
on particular linguistic issues as well as a formal tutorial on a topic of
general interest to the computing community.

Papers are sought that describe significant new theoretical results or
approaches, novel language features and designs, clever implementation
techniques, notable application experiences, or insightful evaluations. Areas
of particular interest include but are not limited to:

language design & implementation
language processing & analysis
language theory & semantics
language abstract interpretation
reqm'ts/design/specification languages
functional/relational/logic languages
distributed/parallel/real-time languages
object-oriented languages
multiparadigm languages
visual/graphical languages
application-specific languages
prototyping languages

Papers should be at most 20 double-spaced pages (10 pt on 16 pt) in length,
should have an abstract of approximately 250 words, and a separate cover page
indicating the title, authors, and a list of keywords. Papers will be judged
on the basis of their relevance, significance, originality, correctness, and
clarity. Accepted papers will appear in a full proceedings published by the
IEEE Computer Society Press, for which authors will be expected to sign a
copyright release form.

Also sought are proposals for panel sessions on linguistic topics of general
interest to the computing community. Panel session proposals must include a
title, organizer's name, approximately 250 word overview, and a list of
panelists that have agreed to participate if the proposed panel session is

Submit 4 copies of papers or 3 copies of panel session proposals by September
15, 1991 to Professor J.R. Cordy, program committee chair, at the address
below. Submissions should be accompanied by a cover letter that includes
a return mailing address, telephone number and email address (if known).
Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by December 15, 1991.
Camera ready versions of accepted papers will be due January 15, 1992.

Program Committee Chair: Conference Chair:

James R. Cordy Mario R. Barbacci
Dept. of Computing and Information Science, Software Engineering Institute
Queen's University Carnegie Mellon University
Kingston, Canada K7L 3N6 Pittsburgh, PA 15213, USA
(613)545-6054 (412) 268-7704

Steering Committee:

Joseph Urban (Chair), Arizona State Univ., USA
Boumediene Belkhouche, Tulane University, USA
Pei Hsia, University of Texas, Arlington, USA
Alexander Wolf, AT&T Bell Laboratories, USA

Program Committee:

Henri Bal, Vrije University, the Netherlands
Judy Bishop, University of Southampton, UK
Doris Carver, Louisiana State University, USA
Patrick Cousot, Ecole polytechnique, France
Jim Donahue, Documentum, USA
John Gannon, University of Maryland, USA
Mark Green, University of Alberta, Canada
David Hanson, Princeton University, USA
Eric Hehner, University of Toronto, Canada
Tadao Ichikawa, Hiroshima University, Japan
Mehdi Jazayeri, Hewlett-Packard, Palo Alto, USA/Pisa, Italy
Gail Kaiser, Columbia University, USA
Kai Koskimies, University of Tampere, Finland
Rudolf Landwehr, Competence Center Informatik, Germany
Chris Marlin, University of Adelaide, Australia
Harold Ossher, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
Nigel Perry, Queen Mary&Westfield and Imperial Colleges, UK
Mary Shaw, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Doaitse Swierstra Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Robert Tennent, Queen's University, Canada
Bill Wadge, University of Victoria, Canada
W.M. Waite, University of Colorado, USA
David Watt, University of Glasgow, UK
Jeannette Wing, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Prof. Dr. James R. Cordy
Dept. of Computing and Information Science James.R.Cordy@QueensU.CA
Queen's University at Kingston cordy@qucis.bitnet
Kingston, Canada K7L 3N6 utcsri!qucis!cordy

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