Final Call -- Workshop on Parallel Compilation (David Skillicorn)
Fri, 20 Dec 1991 16:49:18 GMT

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From: (David Skillicorn)
Followup-To: poster
Keywords: CFP, parallel
Organization: Computing & Information Science, Queen's University
Date: Fri, 20 Dec 1991 16:49:18 GMT

Donald Gordon Conference Centre
Kingston, Ontario
April 29th - May 2nd, 1992

The workshop is intended to provide an opportunity for those interested in
parallel compilation (that is parallelizing the compilation task itself)
to meet informally and exchange ideas. It follows the successful workshop
held in Kingston in May, 1990. The topics below indicate the focus of the
workshop. The list is not intended to be exhaustive.

    * parallel parsing
    * parallel semantic analysis
    * complexity of compilation in parallel
    * performance issues
    * theoretical bounds on compilation algorithms
    * grammars appropriate for parallel compilation
    * specialised hardware and accelerators
    * static analysis
    * optimizations

Participants will be able to give half hour presentations. There will be
formal and informal opportunities for group discussion. Informal
Proceedings will be available at the workshop. It may prove possible to
publish selected papers in a more formal way.

Spaces at the workshop are limited. Priority will be given to those
presenting their work and to their students. Others wishing to attend will
be invited as space permits.

Researchers are invited to submit an extended abstract of about 2000 words
by January 13th 1992. Invitations will be made by February 15th, 1992, and
final versions of papers will be required by March 15th, 1992.

The Workshop will begin with a Reception on the evening of Wednesday April
29th, and conclude mid-afternoon on May 2nd to allow those who wish to
leave that evening to do so. Details of registration will be sent with

Kingston can be reached by train from either Toronto or Montreal, and by
air from Toronto. It is also possible to fly to Syracuse, N.Y., and drive
from there.

Workshop Chair:
David Skillicorn
Department of Computing and Information Science
Queen's University
Kingston Ontario
(Phone) +1 613 545 6050 (or 6065)
(Fax) +1 613 545 6453

Program Committee:
Henk Alblas, University of Twente
David Barnard, Queen's University
Mary Lou Soffa, University of Pittsburgh

Email submissions and queries may be sent to:
Submission in latex format is preferred.

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