CFP: Conf. on Prog. Languages and System Architectures (LaTeX) 
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 CFP: Conf. on Prog. Languages and System Architectures (LaTeX)

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                       Call for Papers\\
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{\large   \bf                     Conference on \\
           Programming Languages and System Architectures\\
with a special session in honor of Niklaus Wirth on his 60th birthday\\}
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                     2th - 4th March, 1994\\
                    ETH Z\"{u}rich, Switzerland\\

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\noindent
The conference will provide an international forum for the presentation
and discussion of recent research in the areas of programming languages
and system architectures. Authors are invited to submit papers describing
original research related to these areas. Particularly encouraged are
contributions discussing their mutual influence. Also, unrefereed
contributions of 5-20 min. duration, and of a technical and/or personal
nature are solicited for an afternoon session honoring N. Wirth.
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Subjects of special interest include, but are not restricted to:
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Programming language design and history, Programming environments,
Programming methods, Operating systems, Compiler construction,
Innovative system architectures
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Send two copies of technical contributions to the program chair.
Submissions should not exceed 15 pages and must not have been published
or submitted for publication elsewhere. Where possible, include the
e-mail address and fax number of the contact author. Potential contributors
to the special session in honor of Niklaus Wirth should contact the program
chair for more information.
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Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag in the Lecture Notes in
Computer Science series and will be distributed at the conference.\\
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{\bf Program Committee}

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J. Gutknecht (Chair)&      J. Ludewig, Techn. Univ., Stuttgart, D\\
ETH Zentrum &         J. Misra, Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX\\
CH-8092 Z\"{u}rich&       H. M\"{o}ssenb\"{o}ck, ETH Z\"{u}rich, CH\\

e-fax: (+41 1) 251 96 78 &    S. Owicki, DEC SRC, Palo Alto, CA\\
&          G. Pomberger, Universitat Linz, A\\
R. P. Cook, Microsoft, Redmond, WA&  P. Rechenberg, Universit\"{a}t Linz, A\\
G. Coray, EPF Lausanne, CH&    M. Reiser, IBM Research, Z\"{u}rich, CH\\
O. J. Dahl, University of Oslo, N&  B. Sanders, ETH Z\"{u}rich, CH\\
E. W. Dijkstra, Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX
&P. Schulthess, Universit\"{a}t Ulm, D\\
G. Goos, Techn. Univ, Karlsruhe, D&  A. Shaw, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA\\
S. Graham, Univ. of California, Berkeley, CA&P. D. Terry, Rhodes University,
Grahamstown, SA\\
D. Gries, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
& L. Tesler, Apple Corp, Cupertino, CA\\
D. Hanson, Princeton Univ, Princeton, NJ
& J. Welsh, Univ. of Queensland, Brisbane, AU\\
B. Kernighan, AT\&T Bell Labs, Murray Hill, NJ
& N. Wirth, ETH Z\"{u}rich, CH\\
B. W. Lampson, DEC CRL, Cambridge, MA&  \\
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{\bf Key Dates}
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Deadline for receipt of submissions: 1st August, 1993\\
Acceptance notification: 1st November, 1993\\
Deadline for camera-ready final papers: 15th December, 1993

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