CFP: Compiling for Distributed Embedded Systems (Sandeep Kumar)
3 Feb 1997 13:43:04 -0500

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From: (Sandeep Kumar)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers,comp.arch,comp.parallel,comp.object
Date: 3 Feb 1997 13:43:04 -0500
Organization: North Carolina State University
Keywords: conference, CFP, parallel

                                      Call For Papers and Referees

                    Mini-track on Compiling for Distributed Embedded Systems
                                                            in the
                                        Software Technology Track
                                                            of the
          31st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS-31
                              The Big Island of Hawaii - JANUARY 6-9, 1998

The software technology track at HICSS 31 is focusing on Strategic
Emerging Software Technologies. As part of a complementary set of
mini-tracks in this area we are runing a Mini-Track on Compiling for
Distributed Embedded Systems. In the spirit of HICSS this mini-track
will encourage discussion on the state-of-the-art in the compilation
techniques for embedded systems. The papers should address the
following topics:

        - Language support and intermediate form representation
            for enhancing performance of applications targeted
            for embedded system architectures,
        - compiling for VLIW and multi-threaded architectures,
        - compilation techniques for enhancing instruction level parallelism
            (ILP), object-code compatibility, speculative code execution,
            branch-prediction schemes,
        - just-in-time compilation and optimization techniques,
        - continuos compilation with interpretation,
        - source level program-transformations such as tiling, skewing, strip mining
        - partitioning and scheduling of data and code, communication/computation
            tradeoffs, task granularity,
        - dynamic task migration for load balance and efficiency,
        - loop and task parallelism and its integration,

Information regarding the other mini-tracks and the conference can be
obtained from the general call-for-papers enclosed below or from the
WWW at the following location:

Instructions to authors and referees

Submission of papers will be in two phases. Submit a 300-word abstract
by 17th March 1997 and then eight (8) copies of the manuscript by 2nd
June 1997. Manuscripts should have an abstract and be 22-25
typewritten, double-spaced pages in length. Papers must not have been
previously presented or published, nor currently submitted for journal
publication. Each manuscript will be subjected to a rigorous
refereeing process involving at least five reviewers. Abstracts for
the mini-track on Compiling for Distributed Embedded Systems should be
submitted by electronic mail or post to one of the mini-track
co-ordinators. The manuscripts must be submitted by post to one of the
mini-track co-ordinators.

If you would like to be a referee send an email to one of the
co-ordinators listed below. In the email for being a referee, you
should include your name, postal address, email address and your areas
of expertise.

  Sandeep Kumar Santosh Pande Sekhar Darbha
  Hewlett-Packard Labs ECECS Department ECE Department
  1 Main Street, 10th Floor University of Cincinnati Rutgers University
  Cambridge, MA 02142 Cincinnati, OH 45221-0030 Piscataway, NJ 08855

Further details can be obtained from the WWW at the following location:

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