Call for Papers for SIGPLAN'92 (PLDI) (Stuart I Feldman)
Tue Sep 17 00:59:47 1991

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From: (Stuart I Feldman)
Keywords: CFP, design
Organization: Morristown Research and Engineering
Date: Tue Sep 17 00:59:47 1991

                                ACM SIGPLAN'92 Conference on
                                Programming Language Design
                                          and Implementation
                              San Francisco, California, USA
                                            June 17-19, 1992

SIGPLAN'92 continues the series of broad-based language and compiler
design conferences. The conference will provide a forum for researchers
and developers to learn about current practical and experimental work
across the breadth of the field. The conference will emphasize
experimental results and experience with the languages and techniques

The conference seeks original papers relevant to practical issues
concerning the design, development, implementation, and use of programming
languages (in contrast to the annual SIGACT/SIGPLAN POPL Conference, which
is oriented more toward foundations). The conference favors no particular
programming paradigm or support architecture. Conference topics include:

* compiler construction
* interpretation
* preprocessing
* design and use of languages
* special-purpose languages
* programming environments
* incremental and interactive methods
* translation by program transformation
* benchmarks and assessment
* translator validation
* implementation for non-traditional languages and/or architectures
* internal representations
* optimization for scalar and parallel architectures

Authors should submit thirteen copies (preferably double-sided) of a
technical summary of a prospective paper to the program chair; persons
without access to a photocopier may submit a single copy. The first sheet
of the summary (not the cover letter) must include the phone number and
street and (if available) Internet addresses for the corresponding author.
Summaries must not exceed 5000 words (approximately 10 pages typeset
10-point on 16-point spacing, or 15 pages if typewritten double-spaced).
Excessively long summaries will be rejected immediately by the program
chair. Papers awaiting acceptance by any other conference are ineligible
for SIGPLAN'92; if a similar paper has been submitted else- where, the
authors must notify the program chair.

The summary must be organized so that it is easily understood. Clearly
identify what has been accomplished, why it is significant, and how it
compares with prior work. Papers will be judged on clarity, significance,
relevance, correct- ness, and originality. Authors should make their
papers understandable to a broad audience. The last paper in the June
1991 issue of SIGPLAN Notices offers advice to sub- mitters.

Submissions must be received by November 20, 1991. Authors will be
notified of acceptance or rejection by January 27, 1992. Full versions of
the accepted papers must be format- ted according to ACM conventions, and
camera-ready copy must be received by the program chair by April 3, 1992.
Authors of accepted papers must sign an ACM copyright release form.
Proceedings will be distributed at the conference and as a special issue
of SIGPLAN Notices. All papers published in the proceedings are eligible
for publication in refereed ACM journals at the discretion of the editor.

Program Committee
    Randy Allen (Sun Microsystems Labs)
    Robert A. Ballance (University of New Mexico)
    Hans-J. Boehm (Xerox PARC)
    Saumya K. Debray (University of Arizona)
    Christopher W. Fraser (AT&T Bell Laboratories)
    Brent T. Hailpern (IBM)
    Samuel N. Kamin (University of Illinois)
    Michael Rodeh (IBM Israel Scientific Center)
    William M. Waite (University of Colorado)
    David W. Wall (DEC Western Research Laboratory)
    Jeannette Wing (Carnegie-Mellon University)
    William A. Wulf (University of Virginia)

Tutorials will precede the conference on June 15-16. The conference
advance program will announce the tutorial topics.

Conference Chair
    Stuart I. Feldman
    445 South Street
    Morristown, NJ 07960-1910

Program Chair:
    Christopher W. Fraser
    AT&T Bell Laboratories
    Room 2C-464
    600 Mountain Avenue
    Murray Hill, NJ 07974-0636

Local Arrangements Chair:
    Stan Osborne
    Computer Science Department
    San Francisco State University
    1600 Holloway Avenue
    San Francisco, CA 94132
    (415) 338-2168

Publicity Chair
    Guda Venkatesh
    445 South Street
    Morristown, NJ 07960-1910

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