CFP - ACM SAC '94 Programming Languages Track 
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 CFP - ACM SAC '94 Programming Languages Track

Below is the Call For Papers in ASCII form. A postscript version may be found
using anonymous ftp to willis.cis.uab.edu (138.26.64.2), directory /pub/SAC94,
file prog.lang.cfp.ps. General information about the conference and other
tracks is also included in this directory.

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                               CALL FOR PAPERS

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                1994 SYMPOSIUM ON APPLIED COMPUTING (SAC '94)
                  ++SPECIAL TRACK ON PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES++

                               March 6-8, 1994
                    Phoenix Civic Plaza, Phoenix, Arizona
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SAC '94
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SAC '94 is the annual conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on  Applied
Computing  (SIGAPP). For the past eight years, SAC's have been a primary forum
for applied computing practitioners and researchers. Again this year, SAC  '94
will  be  held in conjunction with the 1994 ACM Computer Science Conference in
Phoenix. Papers in all areas of applied computing are solicited. Proposals for
tutorials and panels are also encouraged.

Special Track on Programming Languages
======================================

A special track on programming languages will be held at SAC '94.  It will  be
a  forum  for engineers, researchers and practitioners throughout the world to
share  technical  ideas  and  experiences  relating  to   implementation   and
application  of  programming  languages. Original papers and tutorial (half or
full day) and panel proposals are invited in all areas of programming language
technology.  Major  topics  of  interest  include  but  are not limited to the
following:

AI Languages                            Automatic Parallelization
Automatic Programming                   Compiling Techniques
Database Programming Languages          Formal Semantics
Functional Programming                  Logic Programming
Meta and Higher-order Programming       Object-Oriented Programming
Programming Languages for               Specification Languages
     Parallel/Distributed Execution

TRACK ADVISORY COMMITTEE
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Chitta Baral             University of Texas at El Paso (USA)
James M. Boyle           Argonne National Laboratory (USA)
Daniel T. Chang          IBM Santa Teresa Laboratory (USA)
Saumya K. Debray         University of Arizona (USA)
K. M. George             Oklahoma State University (USA)
Bogumil Hausman          Ellemtel Telecommunications Systems
                             Laboratories (Sweden)
Mamdouh H. Ibrahim       Electronic Data Systems (USA)

                                      2

Mohamad Ketabchi         Santa Clara University (USA)
Giorgio Levi             University of Pisa (Italy)
Lori Pollock             University of Delaware (USA)
Heinz W. Schmidt         Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research
                             Organization (Australia)
Steve Skedzielewski      Amdahl Corporation (USA)
Boleslaw K. Szymanski    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA)
Tadao Takaoka            Ibaraki University (Japan)
Jeffrey J. P. Tsai       University of Illinois at Chicago (USA)
Jerry Yan                NASA Ames Research Center (USA)

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
=========================

Original papers from the above-mentioned areas will  be  considered.  Accepted
articles  will  be  published  in  the  SAC  '94  Conference Proceedings to be
published by the ACM Press.  Expanded versions  of  selected  papers  will  be
considered  for  publication  in  the  ACM/SIGAPP  quarterly APPLIED COMPUTING
REVIEW.

In  order  to  facilitate  the  blind  external  review  process,   submission
guidelines must be strictly adhered to:

*   Submit 6 copies  of  original  manuscripts  to  the  SAC  '94  Programming
    Languages Track Chair at the address below.

*   Author name(s) and address(es) are NOT to appear in the body of the paper,
    and self-reference should be in the third person.

*   The body of paper should not exceed 5,000 words (approximately  20  pages,
    double-spaced).

*   A separate cover sheet should be attached to each copy, containing (1) the
    title,   (2)  the  author(s)  and  affiliation(s),  and  (3)  the  address
    (including e-mail and  FAX  number)  to  which  correspondence  should  be
    addressed.

*   In order to qualify as a student paper, ALL authors must  be  students  at
    the time the manuscript was submitted.

*   All papers and panel proposals must be received by September 15, 1993.

SAC '94 Co-Sponsoring SIG's
===========================

SIGAPL  (APL),  SIGAPP  (Applied  Computing),  SIGBIT  (Business   Information
Technology),   SIGBIO   (Biomedical   Computing),  SIGCUE  (Computer  Uses  in
Education), SIGFORTH (FORTH) and SIGSMALL/PC  (Small  and  Personal  Computing
Systems and Applications).

                                      3

DIRECT CORRESPONDENCE, INQUIRIES AND  SUBMISSIONS  RELATING  TO  THIS  SPECIAL
TRACK TO:

               Barrett R. Bryant
               SAC '94 Programming Languages Track Chair
               Department of Computer and Information Sciences
               University of Alabama at Birmingham
               1300 University Blvd.
               Birmingham, AL  35294-1170, U. S. A.

               Tel: +1 205 934 2213
               FAX: +1 205 934 5473

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           |                     IMPORTANT DATES                      |
           |                                                          |
           |      SEPTEMBER 15, 1993   PAPERS AND PANEL SUBMISSION    |
           |      OCTOBER   20, 1993   AUTHOR NOTIFICATION            |
           |      NOVEMBER  20, 1993   CAMERA-READY COPY              |
           |      MARCH      6, 1994   CONFERENCE BEGINS              |
           |                                                          |
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FOR GENERAL INQUIRES CONTACT THE CONFERENCE DIRECTOR:

               Ed Deaton
               Department of Mathematical Sciences
               San Diego State University
               San Diego, CA 92182

               Tel: +1 619 594 5962
               FAX: +1 619 594 6746

SAC '94 OFFICIALS
=================

CONFERENCE CHAIR
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Hal Berghel, University of Arkansas

PROGRAM CHAIRS
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Terry Hengl, Knowledge Technology Inc. and PC AI Magazine
Joseph Urban, Arizona State University

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CONFERENCE DIRECTOR
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Ed Deaton, San Diego State University

STEERING COMMITTEE
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Elis Awad                (SIGBIT)
Hal Berghel              University of Arkansas (SIGAPP)
George Hedrick           Oklahoma State University
Richard Hetherington     University of Missouri-Kansas City
Abe Kandel               University of South Florida
S. Lakshmivarahan        University of Oklahoma
Irving Montanez          Brookhaven Labs (SIGFORTH)
William Poucher          Baylor University
Roy Rada                 University of Liverpool (SIGBIO)
Lynne Shaw               Consultant (SIGAPL)
John Talburt             University of Arkansas-Little Rock
Glenn Thompson           AMOCO
Elizabeth Unger          Kansas State University (SIGSMALL/PC)
Joe Urban                Arizona State University
Roger Wainwright         University of Tulsa
Kam-Fai Wong             Chinese University of Hong Kong

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I plan to submit a paper to the SAC '94 Programming Languages track ___

Topic area of submitted paper _________________________________________

Name:     __________________________

Address:  __________________________

          __________________________

          __________________________

E-mail:   __________________________

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