ICCL 94 Call for Papers (France, May 94)

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From: bb@cs.tulane.edu (Boum Belkhouche)
Summary: computer languages conference
Keywords: CFP
Organization: Dept. of Computer Science, Tulane Univ., New Orleans, LA
Date: Mon, 23 Aug 1993 16:16:59 GMT

      IEEE Computer Society 1994 International Conference on Computer Languages

Toulouse, France, May 16-19, 1994

Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Computer
Languages In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN and IRIT

This is the fifth in a series of conferences devoted to all aspects of
computer languages, serving to bring together people broadly interested in
machine processable descriptions. The hallmarks of ICCL are diversity,
openness to a wide range of linguistic research, and international
representation. The focus is on new ideas in languages and language
technology which are innovative or experimental in design, implementation,
specification or application. The conference normally includes a number
of panel discussions on particular linguistic issues as well as a formal
tutorial on a topic of general interest to the computing community.

Papers are sought that describe significant new theoretical results or
approaches, novel language features and designs, clever implementation
techniques, notable application experiences, or insightful evaluations.

Areas of particular interest include but are not limited to:

Implementation/optimization Object-oriented languages
Theory/semantics Multiparadigm languages
Abstract interpretation Real-time/fault-tolerant languages
Dataflow analysis Requirements/design/specification
Partial evaluation languages
Parallel/distributed languages Visual/graphical languages
Functional/logic languages Application-specific languages

Papers should be at most 20 double-spaced pages (10 pt on 16 pt) in length,
should have an abstract of approximately 250 words, and a separate
cover page indicating the title, authors, and a list of keywords. Papers
will be judged on the basis of their relevance, significance, originality,
correctness, and clarity. Accepted papers will appear in a full proceedings
published by the IEEE Computer Society Press, for which authors will be
expected to sign a copyright release form. A selection of best papers
will be published in a journal.

Also sought are proposals for panel sessions on linguistic topics of general
interest to the computing community. Panel session proposals must include
a title, organizer's name, approximately 250 word overview, and a list of
panelists that have agreed to participate if the proposed panel session
is accepted.

Submit 5 copies of papers or 3 copies of panel session proposals by
September 24, 1993 to the program committee chair:

Dr. Henri Bal
Vrije Universiteit
Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science
De Boelelaan 1081a
1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands

+31 20 5485574, bal@cs.vu.nl
Fax: +31 20 6427705

Submissions should be accompanied by a cover letter that
includes a return mailing address, telephone number and email address.

Authors will be notified of acceptance or rejection by December 8, 1993.
Camera ready versions of accepted papers will be due January 12, 1994.


Henri Bal Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands (Program Chair)
Boumediene Belkhouche Tulane University, USA (Conference Chair)
Jean Paul Bahsoun IRIT, France (Conference Co-chair)

Steering Committee
Joseph Urban (Chair) Arizona State University, USA
Boumediene Belkhouche Tulane University, USA
Pei Hsia University of Texas, Arlington, USA
Alexander Wolf University of Colorado, USA

Program Committee
Allen Ambler University of Kansas, USA
Jean Paul Bahsoun IRIT, France
Henri Bal Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
Tim Budd Oregon State University, USA
Alan Burns University of York, UK
Young-il Choo Yale University, USA
Keith Clark Imperial College, UK
James Cordy Queen's University, Canada
Patrick Cousot Ecole Normale Superieure, France
Alain Deutsch INRIA, France and Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Luis Farinas del Cerro IRIT, France
Carlo Ghezzi Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Mary Hall Stanford University, USA
Laurie Hendren McGill University, Canada
Neil Jones University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Eric Jul University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Eduard Klein GMD, Germany
Lambert Meertens CWI, The Netherlands
Christian Queinnec Polytechnique & INRIA-Rocquencourt, France
David Schmidt Kansas State University, USA
Kazunori Ueda Waseda University, Japan
Des Watson University of Sussex, UK
Peter Wegner Brown University, USA
Shaula Yemini System Management Arts, USA

For more information contact: bb@cs.tulane.edu or bal@cs.vu.nl
A poscript version of this annoucement can be found at ftp site
in the directory ~ftp/pub/bb
under the file name cfp94.ps

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