CFP: Workshop on Internet Programming Languages (IPL'98)

Konstantin Laufer <>
9 Aug 1997 20:11:25 -0400

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From: Konstantin Laufer <>
Newsgroups: comp.lang.misc,comp.compilers
Date: 9 Aug 1997 20:11:25 -0400
Organization: Loyola University Chicago
Keywords: conference, CFP

                                                            CALL FOR PAPERS

                                Workshop on Internet Programming Languages

                                                    In conjunction with the

                                                      IEEE Computer Society
                        1998 International Conference on Computer Languages

                                                          Loyola University
                                                Chicago, USA, 13 May, 1998

The Internet has long provided a global computing infrastructure but, for
most of its history, there has not been much interest in programming
languages tailored specifically to that infrastructure. More recently, the
Web has produced a widespread interest in global resources and, as a
consequence, in global programmability. It is now commonplace to discuss
how programs can be made to run effectively and securely over the Internet.

This workshop will provide a forum for the discussions of all aspects of
computer languages for wide-area systems, including specification
languages, programming languages, semantics, implementation technologies,
and application experience. Papers are sought that describe theoretical
results, language designs, implementation techniques, and experiences.
Areas of particular interest include, but are not limited to:

    * Models of mobile computation
    * Semantic Frameworks
    * Programming constructs
    * Implementations
    * Run-time systems
    * Internet Models


Two categories of papers are requested: presentation papers and poster
papers. Presentation papers should be at most 6 double-spaced pages (10 pt
on 16 pt) in length. Poster papers should be at most 2 double-spaced page
summaries (10 pt on 16 pt). Electronic submissions should be sent to The submissions must be in Postcript form and must
be viewable with Ghostview and printable on USletter. The deadline for
submission is NOV 10, 1997. Authors will be notified by FEB 18, 1998.
Participation in the workshop will be limited to only those who submit


Henri Bal Vrije Univ, The Netherlands
Boumediene Belkhouche Tulane Univ, USA
Luca Cardelli Digital SRC, USA

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