SD 93 call for papers

title@Think.COM (Richard Title)
Thu, 14 Jan 1993 17:54:02 GMT

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From: title@Think.COM (Richard Title)
Organization: Thinking Machines Corporation, Cambridge MA, USA
Date: Thu, 14 Jan 1993 17:54:02 GMT
Keywords: CFP, debug


                                Portland, Oregon
                                October 6-8, 1993

        sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratory

                                CALL FOR PAPERS

Supercomputer Debugging Workshop '93 will focus on topics relating to
debugger construction and usage in the high-performance programming
environment. The workshop will bring together debugger developers and
users to discuss topics and experiences of mutual interest, and to
establish a basis for future collaborations.


* User interface * Multi-language support
* Distributed system support * Performance debugging
* Parallel processing support * Debugging optimized code
* Tool internal design * Heterogeneous system support
* Novel approaches * Compiler-tool interfaces

                              IMPORTANT DATES

Abstracts due: May 10 1993
Speaker notification: June 1 1993
Papers due: September 1 1993
Registration deadline: September 15 1993
Workshop begins: October 6 1993
Workshop ends: October 8 1993


The registration fee for the workshop is $200 which will include
continental breakfast, refreshments and lunch each day, and a copy of the
workshop proceedings. Attendence will be limited to 50 people with
priority given to presenters. To submit an abstract or a paper, please
send a copy to one of the following members of the program committee:

Program Chair:
        Benjamin Young, Cray Computer Corporation (
Committee Members:
        Don Breazeal, Intel Corporation (
        Jeff Brown, Los Alamos National Laboratory (
        Bart Miller, University of Wisconsin (
        Cherri Pancake, Oregon State University (
        Dennis Parker, Cray Research Inc (
        Larry Streepy, Convex Computer Corporation (
        Rich Title, Thinking Machines Corporation (

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