CODES 2000 Call for Papers

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28 Nov 1999 01:32:17 -0500

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From: Jan Madsen <>
Newsgroups: comp.dsp,comp.compilers,comp.realtime
Date: 28 Nov 1999 01:32:17 -0500
Organization: Department of Information Technology; Technical University of Denmark
Keywords: conference, architecture, CFP

*** 8th International Workshop on ***
*** Hardware/Software Co-Design ***
*** ***
*** CODES 2000 ***
*** ***
*** Bahia Hotel, Mission Bay, San Diego May 3-5, 2000 ***
*** ***
*** ***

                                    = CALL FOR PAPERS =

        The CODES workshop is the major international forum for the
        presentation and exchange of ideas in the hardware / software
        co-design of embedded computing systems that include
        functionality mapped to both hardware and software processing
        components. Presentations and discussions address theoretical
        aspects, design methods, tools, and case studies.

        The workshop's structure promotes active discussion among all
        participants in an informal setting, including short oral
        presentations of accepted papers followed by poster sessions
        for in-depth discussions. Paper submissions are due only
        a few months before the workshop, so that submissions may
        focus on the latest research. Accepted papers will be
        published in the workshop proceedings (by ACM SIGDA, in
        hardcopy, publicly-accessible web page, and CD-ROM

              TOPICS OF INTEREST include but are not limited to:

      * Computer-aided techniques for co-design: specification and
          modeling, design representation, simulation, synthesis,
          partitioning, estimation, formal verification, testing,
          design space exploration.

      * Software for co-design: software development environments,
          real-time operating systems, process scheduling, software
          synthesis, system integration, testbenches and testing,
          retargetable compilation.

      * Co-design architectures: distributed and multiprocessor
          architectures, hardware/software interfaces, prototyping
          approaches, emulation and debugging techniques, testing

      * System development process: design methodology, concurrent
          engineering, design reuse, process management, intellectual
          property, system integration, case studies.

                                          SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

          Submission instructions: Submit one email message to
 by January 7, 2000 with the following

      * Subject: CODES2000 submission, Phone number of main contact,
          email addresses of all authors, URL of related work, number
          of pages in the paper, three key words describing the work,
          and then the paper itself in pdf (preferred) or postscript
          format (either attached or included in the email body

      * The paper must be 5 pages or less, including figures and
          references, with a minimum font size of 9 pt, two-column
          format, as close as possible to camera ready. Please note
          that 5 pages is a hard limit. Submissions exceeding this
          limit will not be reviewed. It should be formatted for 8
          inch by 11 inch paper (not A4 paper). Please note that
          larger-sized paper formats like A4 can cause significant
          printing difficulties in the U.S.

      * By submitting a paper, the author(s) agree that if the
          paper is accepted, to present the paper in person at the
          workshop, and to prepare a final camera-ready version.

                                                IMPORTANT DATES

                      * Deadline for submission: January 7, 2000 *
                      * Notification of acceptance: February 25, 2000 *


      Proposals of special sessions and group discussions are
      welcome. Please send suggestions to the program chairman
      before the paper submission deadline.

                            ADDITIONAL UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION


                                    = REFERENCE ADDRESSES =

      General Chair:

          - Frank Vahid
              Department of Computer Science
              University of California
              Riverside, CA 92521, USA
              Tel: +1 909 787-4710
              Fax: +1 909 787-4643

      Program Chair:

          - Jan Madsen
              Department of Information Technology
              Technical University of Denmark
              Lyngby, DK2800, Denmark
              Tel: +45 4525 3751
              Fax: +45 4593 0074

      Technical Program Committee:

          - Brian Bailey, Mentor Graphics, USA
          - Gaetano Borriello, University of Washington, USA
          - Jan Madsen, Technical Univ. of Denmark, DK
          - Joseph Buck, Synopsys, USA
          - Sri Parameswaran, Univ. of Queensland, Australia
          - Raul Camposano, Synopsys, USA
          - Rolf Ernst, University of Braunschweig, D
          - Wolfgang Rosenstiel, University of Tubingen, D
          - Daniel Gajski, UC Irvine, USA
          - Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, UC Berkeley, USA
          - Donatella Sciuto, Politecnico di Milano , I
          - Rajesh Gupta, UC Irvine, USA
          - Juergen Teich, University of Paderborn, D
          - Don Thomas, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
          - Joerg Henkel, NEC, USA
          - Frank Vahid, UC Riverside, USA
          - Xiaobo (Sharon) Hu, University of Notre Dame, USA
          - Diederik Verkest, IMEC, B
          - Kees Vissers, Philips, NL
          - Ahmed Jerraya, TIMA Laboratory, F
          - Wayne Wolf, Princeton University, USA
          - Kayhan Kucukcakar, Escalade, USA
          - Hiroto Yasuura, Kyushu University, Japan
          - Sanjaya Kumar, Honeywell, USA
          - Luciano Lavagno, Politecnico di Torino, I


    Sponsored by:
        IEEE Computer Society,
        IFIP 10.5,

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