Final CFP: 1st Workshop on Logic Programming Tools for INTERNET Applications 
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 Final CFP: 1st Workshop on Logic Programming Tools for INTERNET Applications

                       FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS

   1st Workshop on Logic Programming Tools for INTERNET Applications

             in conjunction with JICSLP'96, Bonn, Germany
                       September 2--6, 1996

With the paradigm shift to highly inter-connected computers and
programming tools, logic programming languages have a unique
opportunity to contribute to practical INTERNET application
development.  Simplicity, remote executability, robustness, automatic
memory management, are among the features some LP languages share with
emerging tools like Java. Superior meta-programming and high-level
distributed programming programming facilities, built-in grammars and
dynamic databases, declarative semantics are among their competitive
advantages.

The workshop explores the use of logic programming tools for
developing practical INTERNET applications as well as
theoretical work based on declarative techniques giving new
insights on understanding emerging net technologies.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  - LP-based INTERNET content analyzers and natural language tools
  - LP-based hyper-text and electronic publishing systems
  - LP-based agents, collaborative work technologies, MUDs and MOOs,
    distributed objects, virtual conferencing tools
  - INTERNET based coordination LP languages
  - net search tools and spiders,  net indexing tools and techniques
  - embedding of logic engines in INTERNET applications
  - interfaces between logic languages and conventional WEB tools
  - LP-based HTML, vrml generators and parsers, HTTP daemons/browsers
  - scripting languages, CGI and Java interfaces

The workshop is intended to show the potential of logic programming as
a competitive technology for INTERNET application development and bring
logic programming closer to be recognized as a mainstream programming
technology.  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
LP for INTERNET programming are also welcome.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:





IMPORTANT DATES:

        Submission Deadline:   June, 14, 1996
        Notification:          July,  1, 1996
        Final Version ready:   July, 22, 1996
        Workshop:              September, 5/6, 1996

PAPER SUBMISSION:

       - a postscript file not larger than 15 pages when printed
         should be sent to:


       - one-file HTML versions (with PostScript mirrors) of accepted
         papers will be linked together in informal electronic proceedings

Updated INFORMATION on the workshop is available at
http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~lpnet .

CONTACT ADDRESS:

Paul Tarau, PhD.             Associate professor    Phone: +1 506 858 4120
Dept. of Computer Science    University of Moncton  FAX:   +1 506 858 4541

WWW:                         http://www.*-*-*.com/ ~tarau



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