CFP LCTES'04 (Washington DC, 6/04)

Xin Yuan <>
27 Oct 2003 16:13:46 -0500

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From: Xin Yuan <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 27 Oct 2003 16:13:46 -0500
Organization: Florida State University
References: 03-10-081 03-10-082
Keywords: conference, embedded, CFP
Posted-Date: 27 Oct 2003 16:13:46 EST

                                                      Call for Papers

                                          ACM SIGPLAN Conference on
              Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES'04)
                                        Washington, DC, June 11-13, 2004

(in conjunction with PLDI'04)

Important Dates

    papers due: February 6, 2004 (5 PM Central time, strict deadline)
    author notification: March 15, 2004
    final papers due: April 5, 2004


As the complexity of the application domains for the embedded systems
increases, new research challenges are encountered for achieving
desired performance goals, such as
speed, real time constraints, code size, power, and scalability.
Due to limited resources locally available, embedded systems are
increasingly used in networked (wired, wireless, as well as mobile)
environments. In addition, advances in hardware motivate the use of
a combination of hardware and software techniques.
The aim of LCTES is to provide a forum for discussing the latest
research related to the above trends and to allow researchers and
developers working on different aspects to get together and interact.
Original submissions are invited in all areas relevant to this theme.
Appropriate topics include, but are not limited to the following
aspects of embedded systems:

    - Program optimization for real-time performance and DSPs
    - Compilation for hardware/software co-design
    - Compilers for reconfigurable architectures
    - Optimization for low-power architectures
    - Exploitation of memory hierarchies
    - Memory management/garbage collection for embedded systems
    - Programming languages for embedded applications
    - Real-time and embedded Java, real-time UML
    - Object-oriented modeling and design
    - Design, specification, analysis of embedded systems
    - Software Synthesis
    - Validation and verification techniques for embedded software
    - Embedded system integration and testing
    - Standardization for embedded systems
    - Real-time operating systems: environment and tools
    - Real-time scheduling analysis
    - Exception and interrupt handling for real-time
    - Software design for multiprocessor embedded systems
    - Concurrent+distributed embedded environments/runtime systems
    - Timing analysis: static and dynamic approaches
    - Timing predictability of modern architectures
    - Support for partitioning, mapping, and compression
    - Profiling, measurement, debugging of embedded applications

Submitting Papers

Papers should report new, previously unpublished research and should
not exceed 5000 words (approximately 10 pages typeset on 16-point
spacing), {\bf including figures and references}. All accepted papers will be
presented at the workshop and published in the proceedings as well as the
ACM Digital Library.

Electronic submissions must be received by {\bf 5:00 PM Central
Time, February 6, 2004}. Detailed
submission procedures and updates on the submission date will be
announced on the conference web page:

General Chair Program Chair
David Whalley Ron Cytron
Florida State University Washington University Box 1045
Department of Computer Science Department of Computer Science
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4530 (USA) St. Louis, MO 63130
phone: (+1) (850) 386-5884 phone: (+1) (314) 935-7527
fax: (+1)(850)386-0058 fax: (+1) (314)935-7302

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