[ecoop-info] Call for Participation - PEPM'10 (co-located with POPL'10)

Janis Voigtländer jv at informatik.uni-bonn.de
Sat Nov 28 18:35:09 CET 2009

The PEPM program has a number of goodies this year that should be
interesting to an OOP audience. Just scan the titles below, and you will
know what I mean ...

                      CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
                   ACM SIGPLAN 2010 Workshop on
      Partial Evaluation and Program Manipulation (PEPM'10)
                   Madrid, January 18-19, 2010

                    (Affiliated with POPL'10)


Abstracts of all papers and presentations are available from the
above web site.


* Lennart Augustsson (Standard Chartered Bank, UK)
   Title: O, Partial Evaluator, Where Art Thou?

* Jeremy Siek (University of Colorado at Boulder, USA)
   Title: General Purpose Languages Should be Metalanguages.


* Nabil el Boustani and Jurriaan Hage.
   Corrective Hints for Type Incorrect Generic Java Programs.

* Johannes Rudolph and Peter Thiemann.
   Mnemonics: Type-safe Bytecode Generation at Run Time.

* Elvira Albert, Miguel Gomez-Zamalloa and German Puebla.
   PET: A Partial Evaluation-based Test Case Generation Tool for Java 

* Martin Hofmann.
   Igor2 - an Analytical Inductive Functional Programming System.

* José Pedro Magalhães, Stefan Holdermans, Johan Jeuring and Andres Löh.
   Optimizing Generics Is Easy!

* Michele Baggi, María Alpuente, Demis Ballis and Moreno Falaschi.
   A Fold/Unfold Transformation Framework for Rewrite Theories extended 
to CCT.

* Hugh Anderson and Siau-Cheng KHOO.
   Regular Approximation and Bounded Domains for Size-Change Termination.

* Évelyne Contejean, Pierre Courtieu, Julien Forest, Andrei Paskevich, 
Olivier Pons and Xavier Urbain.
   A3PAT, an Approach for Certified Automated Termination Proofs.

* Fritz Henglein.
   Optimizing Relational Algebra Operations Using Generic Equivalence 
Discriminators and Lazy Products.

* Adrian Riesco and Juan Rodriguez-Hortala.
   Programming with Singular and Plural Non-deterministic Functions.

* Martin Hofmann and Emanuel Kitzelmann.
   I/O Guided Detection of List Catamorphisms.

* Andrew Moss and Dan Page.
   Bridging the Gap Between Symbolic and Efficient AES Implementations.

* Christopher Brown and Simon Thompson.
   Clone Detection and Elimination for Haskell.

* Stefan Holdermans and Jurriaan Hage.
   Making Stricterness More Relevant.

* Arun Lakhotia, Davidson Boccardo, Anshuman Singh and Aleardo Manacero 
   Context-Sensitive Analysis of Obfuscated x86 Executables.

* Xin Li and Mizuhito Ogawa.
   Conditional Weighted Pushdown Systems and Applications.

* Ivan Lazar Miljenovic.
   The SourceGraph Program.

* Florian Haftmann.
   From Higher-Order Logic to Haskell: There and Back Again.


* Andy Gill, Garrin Kimmell and Kevin Matlage.
   Capturing Functions and Catching Satellites.


* Early registration deadline: December 22, 2009
* Hotel registration deadline: December 28, 2009

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