[CFP] WLPE'06 - Workshop on (logic-based) Programming Environments

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    Workshop on Logic-based Methods in
    Programming Environments

    (satellite workshop of ICLP’06)

    August 16, 2006
    Seattle (Washington), USA


    Aim and Scope

    The 16th Workshop on Logic-based methods in Programming Environments
    will take place in Seattle (Washington), USA, as a satellite workshop
    of ICLP'06, the 22th International Conference on Logic Programming.
    This workshop will continue the series of successful international
    workshops on logic programming environments held in Ohio, USA (1989),
    Eilat, Israel (1990), Paris, France (1991), Washington, USA (1992),
    Vancouver, Canada (1993), Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy (1994),
    Portland, USA (1995), Leuven, Belgium and Port Jefferson, USA (1997),
    Las Cruces, USA (1999), Paphos, Cyprus (2001), Copenhagen, Denmark
    (2002), Mumbai, India (2003), Saint Malo, France (2004) and Sitges,
    Spain (2005).

    The workshop aims at providing an informal meeting for the researchers
    working on logic-based tools for development and analysis of programs.
    This year we want to emphasize two aspects: on one hand we want to
    discuss the presentation, pragmatics and experiences of such tools; on
    the other one, we want to shift the traditional focus on environment
    tools for logic programming to logic-based environmental tools for
    programming in general. Specific topic areas relevant to the workshop
    include, but are not limited to:

    * tools for debugging and testing
    * tools for static and dynamic analysis
    * systems for program verification and validation
    * code generation from specifications
    * termination and non-termination analyzers
    * reasoners on occurs-check freeness and determinacy
    * profilers and performance analyzers
    * systems for types and modes analyzes
    * module systems
    * optimization tools.

    In addition to papers describing more conceptual work on environmental
    tools, we solicit papers describing the implementation of and
    experimentation with such tools.

    Submission guidelines

    Length of papers can range from 2 to 17 pages, preferably in LNCS
    format. Authors are requested to submit their paper using the
    submission webpage at http://vampire.cs.man.ac.uk/WLPE-06/

    Alternatively, authors can send a copy of their paper (in pdf or ps
    format) to the workshop coordinator ().

    An informal proceedings will be published as a technical report of the
    University of Namur and distributed at the workshop. After the workshop,
    the proceedings will be publicly available on-line in the Computing
    Research Repository (CoRR).

    Important dates
    Submission: May 15, 2006
    Notification: June 15, 2006
    Camera-ready: July 10, 2006
    Workshop: August 16, 2006

    Workshop organizers

    Susana Muñoz-Hernández (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)
    Wim Vanhoof (coordinator) (Univeristy of Namur, Belgium)

    Program Committee
    María Alpuente (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain)
    Mireille Ducassé (INSA/IRISA, Rennes, France)
    John Gallager (Roskilde University, Denmark)
    María García de la Banda (Monash University, Australia)
    José Manuel Gómez-Pérez (ISOCO Madrid, Spain)
    Gopal Gupta (University of Texas at Dallas, U.S.A)
    Moreno Falaschi (Università di Udine, Italy)
    Pat Hill (University of Leeds, U.K.)
    Michael Leuschel (Heinrich-Heine-Universitat Düsseldorf, Germany)
    Fred Mesnard (Université de La Réunion, France)
    Susana Muñoz-Hernández (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)
    Kostis Sagonas (Uppsala University, Sweden)
    Alexander Serebrenik (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
    Zoltan Somogyi (University of Melbourne, Australia)
    Wim Vanhoof (University of Namur, Belgium)
    Wim Vanhoof, Mar 31, 2006
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