USENIX Conf on Domain-Specific Languages (DSL) - Conference Program (Jackson Dodd)
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From: (Jackson Dodd)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 16 Aug 1997 00:19:06 -0400
Organization: USENIX Association
Keywords: conference

Conference on Domain-Specific Languages (DSL 97)
October 15-17, 1997
Santa Barbara, California

Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association
In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and SIGSOFT

Software engineers and programmers: Join your peers at DSL 97.

If you work with or are interested in domain-specific languages
and need the latest information, mark your calendar now and plan
to attend this workshop.

USENIX's Conference on Domain-Specific Languages offers the latest
research during two and one-half days of refereed paper presentations,
invited talks by noted experts, Birds-of-a-Feather sessions, and
opportunities to meet your peers and share solutions.

You will learn about the newest research during these refereed
paper sessions:
--Domain-Specific Language Design
--Experience Reports
--Compiler Infrastructure for Domain-Specific Languages
--Logic and Semantics
--Case Studies and Surveys
--Abstract Syntax Trees
--Embedded Languages and Abstract Data Types

Invited talk, keynote, and registration information are available
at the DSL homepage: You may
also send email to, call the USENIX Conference
Office at 714-588-8649, or send a fax to 714-588-9706.

Register by September 29 and save $50.


The USENIX Association brings together the community of engineers,
system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the
cutting edge of computing. Its technical conferences are the essential
meeting grounds for the presentation and discussion of the most
advanced information on new developments in all aspects of advanced
computing systems.

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