DIPLCL'99 deadline extended to Sept 3 - Final CFP 
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 DIPLCL'99 deadline extended to Sept 3 - Final CFP

International Workshop on Distributed and Internet Programming
             with Logic and Constraint Languages


            Las Cruces, New Mexico USA

This workshop will be held in conjunction with ICLP99 - the
     International Conference on Logic Programming
  http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~complog/conferences/iclp99/

With the paradigm shift to highly inter-connected computers and
programming tools, logic and constraint languages have a unique
opportunity to contribute to practical distributed and Internet
application development. Simplicity, remote executability,
robustness, automatic memory management, are among the features
logic and constraint languages share with emerging tools like
Java. Superior meta-programming, high-level distributed programming
facilities, integrated dynamic database operations, declarative
semantics are among their competitive advantages. Embedding of
declarative components in Internet applications as well as recent
Java-based implementations of logic and constraint programming
languages are promising a quick integration of declarative
programming research in widely used mainstream software systems.

Extending the scope of its predecessors held at JICSLP'96 and ICLP'97,
the workshop explores the use of declarative programming tools for
developing practical distributed and Internet applications as well as
theoretical work based on logic and constraint programming techniques
giving new insights on understanding emerging technologies.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to :

  * logic and constraint languages with remote processing abilities,
    mobile code, distributed objects
  * intelligent and mobile agents, multi-agent systems, coordination
  * theoretical work on foundations of distributed logic and constraint
    programming and Internet technologies
  * semantic issues in distributed programming
  * declarative languages for distributed AI
  * implementation technologies for declarative Internet programming
  * declarative Internet content analyzers and natural language tools
  * declarative tools for groupware, collaborative work technologies,
    virtual worlds
  * component-based programming (with first-class component
  * fault tolerance and security (dependable programming)
    parallel and distributed constraint programming

The workshop is intended to show the potential of logic and constraint
programming languages as a competitive technology for distributed and
Internet application development and bring them closer to be recognized
as mainstream software development tools. The main focus is on new and
original research, but we also encourage the submission of papers
describing products, and prototypes in development. Vision papers
discussing the potential of emerging technologies for distributed and
Internet programming are also welcome.

Please send electronic submission (PDF or postscript) to

If this is not possible, please send five hardcopies to one of the
workshop chairs.

Submission deadline: Sept 3, 1999

Notification of acceptance: October 15, 1999

Camera ready copy: November 5, 1999

Conference Dates: November 29-December 4, 1999

Workshop Date: November 29-December 4, afternoon sessions, during

Workshop Chairs

Peter Van Roy
Universit catholique de Louvain
at Louvain-la-Neuve & Mozart Consortium,  
Dept. of Computing Science and Engineering  
Place Sainte-Barbe, 2
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve, BELGIUM

Paul Tarau
University of North Texas & BinNet Corporation
Department of Computer Science  
P.O Box 311366,  Denton
Texas 76203-1366, USA

Program Committee

Hassan A?t-Kaci  (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Joe Armstrong  (Bluetail, Sweden)
Paolo Ciancarini  (University of Bologna, Italy)
Veronica Dahl  (Simon Fraser University, Canada)
Andrew Davison  (Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand)
Koen De Bosschere  (University of Ghent, Belgium)
Denys Duchier (University of the Saarland, Germany)
Markus Fromherz (Xerox PARC, USA)
Bert Halstead (Curl Corporation, USA)
Dan Sahlin  (Ericsson, Sweden)
Ehud Shapiro (Weizmann Institute, Israel)
Paul Tarau  (University of North Texas, USA)
Peter Van Roy  (Universit catholique de Louvain, Belgium)

Fri, 15 Feb 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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