Compiler Construction Workshop, Paderborn Germany, Oct 1992

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Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1992 10:55:33 GMT

                                                            Gesellschaft fuer Informatik, e. V.

                                  INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
                                    COMPILER CONSTRUCTION

                                                  CC '92


                                      PADERBORN, GERMANY
                                      OCTOBER 5-7, 1992


The International Workshop on Compiler Construction is held every two
years. It continues the series of Compiler Compiler workshops organized in
the former GDR. This workshop will provide a forum for presentation and
discussion of recent developments in the area of compiler construction.
Its scope ranges from compilation methods and tools to implementation
techniques for specific requirements of languages and target

The workshop will be hosted by the Universitaet-GH Paderborn. The German
"Gesellschaft fuer Informatik (GI)" is the main sponsor of CC '92. CC '92
is supported by IFIP WG 2.4 and the GI Fachgruppe 2.1.3. A meeting of GI
FG 2.1.3 is scheduled at the end of the workshop.

The CC'92 proceedings will be published in Lecture Notes of Computer
Science, Springer-Verlag.


  P. Fritzson (Sweden) K. Koskimies (Finland)
  T. Gyimothi (Hungary) G. Riedewald (Germany)
  R. N. Horspool (Canada) V. Serebriakov (Russia)
  M. Jourdan (France) R. Wilhelm (Germany)
  U. Kastens (Chairman, Germany)


  Peter Pfahler
  Universitaet-GH Paderborn
  Warburger Str. 100
  D 4790 Paderborn, Germany
  Tel. 5251 / 603069
  FAX: 5251 / 603836


Session 1, 10.00 - 11.00, Monday, October 5

Opening Remarks. Uwe Kastens (Paderborn)

Keynote Speech: 30 Years of Programming Languages and Compilers.
Niklaus Wirth (Zuerich)

Session 2, 11.00 - 12.30, Monday, October 5

Creation of a Family of Compilers and Runtime Environments by
Combining Reusable Components.
Christian Weber (Muenchen)

ACTRESS: an Action Semantics Directed Compiler Generator.
Deryck F. Brown, Hermano Moura, David A. Watt (Glasgow)

The LDL - Language Development Laboratory.
Guenter Riedewald (Rostock)

Session 3, 14.00 - 15.30, Monday, October 5

Transformation of Attributed Trees Using Pattern Matching.
Josef Grosch (Karlsruhe)

Generating LR(1) Parsers of Small Size.
Jose Fortes Galvez (Valbonne)

Syntax Directed Translation with LR Parsing.
Borivoj Melichar (Praha)

Attribute-Directed Top-Down Parsing.
Karel Mueller (Praha)

Session 4, 16.00 - 17.30, Monday, October 5

Compiler Implementation of ADTs Using Profile Data.
A. Dain Samples (Cincinnati)

Integrated Graphic Environment to develop Applications based on
Attribute Grammars.
Tibor Gyimothy, Zoltan Alexin (Szeged)

Implementing High-Level Identification Specifications.
Arnd Poetzsch-Heffter (Muenchen)

Another Kind of Modular Attribute Grammars.
Beate Baum (Rostock)

Another Solution of Scoping Problems in Symbol Tables.
Werner Assmann (Berlin)

Workshop Dinner, 20.00, Monday, October 5

Session 5, 9.00 - 10.30, Tuesday, October 6

The Interprocedural Coincidence Theorem.
Jens Knoop, Bernhard Steffen (Kiel)

Provably Correct Compiler Development and Implementation.
Bettina Buth, K.-H. Buth, M. Fraenzle, B. V. Karger, Y. Lakhneche,
K. Langmaack, M. Mueller-Olm (Kiel)

On Interprocedural Data Flow Analysis for Object-Oriented Languages.
Mario Suedholt, Christoph Steigner (Koblenz)

Session 6, 11.00 - 12.30, Tuesday, October 6

Testing Completeness of Code Selector Specifications.
Helmut Emmelmann (Karlsruhe)

A Register Allocation Framework Based on Hierarchical Cyclic Interval Graphs.
Laurie J. Hendren, Guang R. Gao, Erik R. Altman, Chandrika Mukerji (Montreal)

Register Pipelining: An Integrated Approach to Register Allocation for
Scalar and Subscripted Variables.
Evelyn Duesterwald, Rajiv Gupta, Mary Lou Soffa (Pittsburgh)

Session 7, 14.00 - 15.30, Tuesday, October 6

Instruction Scheduling for Complex Pipelines.
M. Anton Ertl, Andreas Krall (Wien)

Comparing Software Pipelining for an Operation-Triggered and a
Transport-Triggered Architecture.
Jan Hoogerbrugge, Henk Corporaal (Delft)

Scheduling Instructions by Direct Placement.
Robert Griesemer (Zuerich)

Session 8, 15.30, Tuesday, October 6

Poster Exhibition.

Session 9, 9.00 - 10.30, Wednesday, October 7

A Term Pattern-Match Compiler Inspired by Finite Automata Theory.
Mikael Pettersson (Linkoeping)

Compile-Time Analysis of Object-Oriented Programs.
J. Vitek, R. N. Horspool, J. Uhl (Victoria)

Partial Evaluation of C and Automatic Compiler Generation.
Lars Ole Andersen (Copenhagen)

Improving the Performance of Parallel LISP by Compile Time Analysis.
Juergen Knopp (Muenchen)

Session 10, 11.00 - 12.30, Wednesday, October 7

FCG: A Code Generator for Lazy Functional Languages.
Koen Langendoen, Pieter Hartel (Amsterdam)

Compiling Flang.
Andrei Mantsivoda, Vyacheslav Petukhin (Irkutsk)

The Implementation of ObjectMath - a High-Level Programming Environment
for Scientific Computing.
Lars Viklund, Johan Herber, Peter Fritzson (Linkoeping)

14.00, Wednesday, October 7

Member's Meeting of the GI FG 2.1.3
(Implementation of Programming Languages)


Universitaet-GH Paderborn
Hoersaal C1
Warburger Str. 100
D 4790 Paderborn, Germany


Please fill in the attached form and make sure that it will be received
by the organizer not later than September 15, 1992. For a printed version
of the program and the registration form please contact the organizer.


The workshop fee includes one copy of the proceedings.

  Members GI, AFCET, AICA, NGI, ITG DM 300,-
  Members ACM (outside F, I, NL, D) DM 300,-
  Others DM 350,-
  Students (without proceedings) DM 50,-

The workshop dinner costs DM 30,- per person (drinks not included).

Limited funds are available to support the costs for some participants.
Please contact the organizer if necessary.


Paderborn can be reached by car, plane and train. There are direct flight
connections to Munich, Stuttgart, Berlin, Leipzig, Dresden, Paris, and
London. Flight reservations should be made early.

There is a bus connection from the central railway station to the
university (Bus Nos. 4,48, and 9).

Please fill in the attached form and make sure that it will be received by

  Verkehrsverein Paderborn
  Marienplatz 2a
  D 4790 Paderborn, Germany

as soon as possible!


  Return to: Peter Pfahler
                                Universitaet-GH Paderborn, FB17
                                Warburger Str. 100
                                D 4790 Paderborn, Germany

  Bank Account: Account No. 16 101 503
                                      Sparkasse Paderborn
                                      Make payable to "CC '92 Workshop"

  Tel.: ________________________________
  Email: ________________________________

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  Payment: Cheque enclosed By Money Order

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  All money transfers must be in DM and free of charge
  for the recipient. We cannot accept credit cards.
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                                D 4790 Paderborn, Germany

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