[Haskell] Re: PADL'08: Call for Participation (Early Reg. Deadline: Dec 13)

Paul Hudak paul.hudak at yale.edu
Thu Dec 6 22:31:50 EST 2007

>                           CALL FOR PARTICIPATION!!!
>                     Tenth International Symposium on
>              Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages 2008
> 		             (PADL '08)
> 	           http://www.ist.unomaha.edu/padl2008/
>                         San Francisco, USA
> 			January 7-8, 2008
>                      Co-located with ACM POPL'08
> You are cordially invited to the Tenth International Symposium on
> Practical Aspects of Declarative Languages that will be held on Jan 7-8,
> 2008 right before ACM POPL. The program includes invited talks by two
> eminent practitioners of declarative techniques/languages: John Launchbury
> and Walter Wilson. If you are attending ACM POPL, we encourage
> you to stay for a whole week in San Francisco and attend PADL as well.
> Please note that the deadline for early registration is fast approaching.
> Invited Talks:
> 	o Industrial Functional Programming
> 		John Launchbury
> 	o Large Scale Logic Servers in Business and Government
> 		Walter Wilson
> 	o Efficient Reasoning for Nogoods in Constraint Solvers with BDDs
>    		Sathiamoorthy Subbarayan.
> 	o High-Level Database Programming in Curry
>    		Bernd Brassel, Michael Hanus and Marion Mueller.
> 	o Parser Combinators for Ambiguous Left-Recursive Grammars
> 		Richard Frost, Rahmatullah Hafiz and Paul Callaghan.
> 	o Switched-on Yampa. Declarative Programming of Modular Synthesizers
> 		George Giorgidze and Henrik Nilsson.
> 	o The Role of Abduction in Declarative Authorization Policies
>    		Moritz Y. Becker and Sebastian Nanz.
> 	o Towards a High-Level Implementation of Execution Primitives for
>     			Non-restricted, Independent And-parallelism
> 		Amadeo Casas, Manuel Carro and Manuel Hermenegildo.
> 	o Certified development tools implementation in Objective Caml
>    		B. Pagano, O. Andrieu, B. Canou, E. Chailloux,
> 			J-L Colaco, T. Moniot and P. Wang.
> 	o DCGs + Memoing = Packrat Parsing: But is it worth it?
> 		Ralph Becket and Zoltan Somogyi.
> 	o Model-Based Testing of Thin-Client Web Applications and Navigation Input
> 		P. Koopman, P. Achten and R. Plasmeijer.
> 	o Unification of Arrays in Spreadsheets with Logic Programming
> 		Phil Cox and Patrick Nicholson.
> 	o A Generic Programming Toolkit for PADS/ML: First-Class Upgrades
> 			for Third-Party Developers
> 		M. Fernandez, K. Fisher, J. Nathan Foster, M. Greenberg and Y. Mandelbaum.
> 	o Automatic Coding Rule Conformance Checking Using Logic Programming
> 		G. Marpons, J. Mario, A. Herranz, L. Fredlund,
> 			M. Carro and J. J. Moreno-Navarro.
> 	o Multi-threading programming in Logtalk
> 		Paulo Moura, Paul Crocker and Paulo Jorge Nunes.
> 	o Scheduling light-weight parallelism in ARTCOP
> 		Jost Berthold, Abyd Al Zain and Hans-Wolfgang Loidl.
> 	o Specialising Simulator Generators for High-Performance Monte-Carlo Methods
>     		G. Keller, H. Chaffey-Millar, M. Chakravarty, D. Stewart and C. Barner-Kowollik.
> 	o Hierarchical Master-Worker Skeletons
>     		Jost Berthold, Mischa Dieterle, Rita Loogen and Steffen Priebe.
> 	o Comprehension and dependency analysis of aspect-oriented programs through declarative reasoning
>     		Laleh Mousavi Eshkevari, Venera Arnaoudova and Constantinos Constantinides.
> 	o An Improved Continuation Call-Based Implementation of Tabling
> 		Pablo Chico de Guzman, Manuel Carro, Manuel Hermenegildo,
> 			Claudio Silva and Ricardo Rocha.
> 	o Matchete: Paths through the Pattern Matching Jungle
> 		Martin Hirzel, Nathaniel Nystrom, Bard Bloom and Jan Vitek.
> 	o Flexible, Rule-based Constraint Model Linearisation
> 		Sebastian Brand, Gregory Duck, Jakob Puchinger and Peter Stuckey.
> Conference Organization:
> 	General Chair: Hai-Feng Guo
> 	Program Chair: Paul Hudak & David Warren

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