|CFP: Intermediate Representations '95 (Jan 95, San Francisco) firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-09-11)|
|Date:||Sun, 11 Sep 1994 23:47:23 GMT|
Call for Papers
ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on
Intermediate Representations (IR '95)
January 22, 1995, San Francisco, California
Held in conjunction with POPL '95
An intermediate representation is the basis of any tool for manipulating
computer programs. A good representation permits powerful operations to be
performed more simply, and may enable operations that a weaker
representation cannot support. This workshop will examine current trends
and research in the design and use of intermediate representations.
Submissions are invited for this workshop; the range of topics includes
* new intermediate representations, and extensions to existing ones
* intermediate representations for parallel or functional languages
* application of intermediate representations to compilers, optimizers,
parallelizers, error checkers, specification provers, debuggers, and
other program development tools
* translation into, or code generation from, an intermediate representation
* novel applications of intermediate representations
* reports on experiences with innovations in intermediate representations
Bob Ballance, Object Science
Michael Ernst, Microsoft Research (chair)
Jeanne Ferrante, University of California at San Diego
Susan Horwitz, University of Wisconsin
Steve Muchnick, Sun Microsystems
Carl Offner, Digital Equipment Corporation
Keshav Pingali, Cornell University
David Tarditi, Carnegie-Mellon University
POPL General Chair:
Ron Cytron, Washington University
Authors should submit 9 copies of a detailed summary not to exceed 5000
words (approximately 10 pages) to the program chair by September 30, 1994.
Excessively long submissions may not be fully reviewed. The cover page
should include a return postal address and an electronic mail address (if
possible). The research should not be submitted or published elsewhere.
Please follow the same guidelines as for writing summaries for the POPL
conference. More information is available via the World Wide Web at URL
or by anonymous FTP from directory
Electronic submission of portable PostScript is permitted. Submissions may
be emailed or, preferably, made available for ftp by the program chair.
All authors will receive confirmation of receipt of their submissions.
Authors will be notified of paper acceptance by November 30, 1994.
Final versions of accepted papers are due on January 6, 1995. A proceedings
containing the accepted papers will be distributed at the workshop.
Send correspondence to:
1 Microsoft Way, Bldg 9S/1
Redmond, WA 98052
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