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Re: 2018 Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop CfP
Re: 2018 Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop CfP
Wed, 1 Aug 2018 10:45:56 +0200
I did not send my paper about zehefyu (formely known as neon)
nevermind, I did not find time to read the new microkanren code...
Le mer. 1 août 2018 à 10:43, Nala Ginrut <address@hidden> a écrit :
> I've sent a paper about guile-lua, hope everything is ok ;-P
> On Fri, Jul 6, 2018 at 2:46 PM Amirouche Boubekki
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> > I did not see this CfP going through Guile mailling list,
> > so here is it. Deadline is monday!
> > DEADLINE: 9 July 2018, (Any time in the world)
> > WEBSITE: https://brinckerhoff.org/scheme2018/
> > LOCATION: St. Louis, MO, USA (co-located with ICFP and Strange Loop)
> > DATE: 28 September 2018 (Friday)
> > The 2018 Scheme and Functional Programming Workshop is calling for
> > submissions.
> > Full papers are due 9 July 2018.
> > Authors will be notified by 20 July 2018.
> > Camera-ready versions are due 9 September 2018.
> > All deadlines are (23:59 UTC-12), "Anywhere on Earth".
> > We invite high-quality papers about novel research results, lessons
> > learned from practical experience in industrial or educational setting,
> > and even new insights on old ideas. We welcome and encourage submissions
> > that apply to any language that can be considered Scheme: from strict
> > subsets of RnRS to other "Scheme" implementations, to Racket, to Lisp
> > dialects including Clojure, Emacs Lisp, Common Lisp, to functional
> > languages with continuations and/or macros (or extended to have them)
> > such as Dylan, ECMAcript, Hop, Lua, Scala, Rust, etc. The elegance of
> > the paper and the relevance of its topic to the interests of Schemers
> > will matter more than the surface syntax of the examples used. Topics of
> > interest include (but are not limited to):
> > Interaction: program-development environments, debugging, testing,
> > refactoring
> > Implementation: interpreters, compilers, tools, garbage collectors,
> > benchmarks
> > Extension: macros, hygiene, domain-specific languages, reflection,
> > and how such extension affects interaction.
> > Expression: control, modularity, ad hoc and parametric polymorphism,
> > types, aspects, ownership models, concurrency, distribution,
> > parallelism, non-determinism, probabilism, and other programming
> > paradigms
> > Integration: build tools, deployment, interoperation with other
> > languages and systems
> > Formal semantics: Theory, analyses and transformations, partial
> > evaluation
> > Human Factors: Past, present and future history, evolution and
> > sociology of the language Scheme, its standard and its dialects
> > Education: approaches, experiences, curricula
> > Applications: industrial uses of Scheme
> > Scheme pearls: elegant, instructive uses of Scheme
> > Submission Information
> > Please submit full papers and experience reports to our Submission Page:
> > https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=scheme2018
> > [NEW SINCE 2017!] Paper submissions must use the format acmart and its
> > sub-format acmlarge. They must be in PDF, printable in black and white
> > on US Letter size. Microsoft Word and LaTeX templates for this format
> > are available at:
> > http://www.sigplan.org/Resources/Author/
> > This change is in line with ACM conferences (such as ICFP with which we
> > are colocated) switching from their traditional two-column formats (e.g.
> > sigplanconf) to the above. While a two-column format with small fonts is
> > much more practical when reading printed papers, the single-column
> > format with large fonts is nicer to view on a computer screen, as most
> > papers are read these days.
> > To encourage authors to submit their best work, we offer three tracks:
> > * Full Papers, with a limit of 14 pages. Each accepted paper will be
> > presented by its authors in a 25 minute slot including Q&A.
> > * Experience Reports, with a limit to 14 pages. Each accepted report
> > will be presented by its authors in a 25 minute slot including Q&A.
> > * Lightning talks, with a limit to 192 words. Each accepted lightning
> > talk will be presented by its authors in a 5 minute slot, followed by 5
> > minutes of Q&A.
> > The size limits above exclude references and any optional appendices.
> > There are no size limits on appendices, but the papers should stand
> > without the need to read them, and reviewers are not required to read
> > them.
> > Authors are encouraged to publish any code associated to their papers
> > under an open source license, so that reviewers may try the code and
> > verify the claims.
> > Proceedings will be printed as a Technical Report at the University of
> > Alabama at Birmingham.
> > Publication of a paper at this workshop is not intended to replace
> > conference or journal publication, and does not preclude re-publication
> > of a more complete or finished version of the paper at some later
> > conference or in a journal.
> > Sincerely,
> > John Clements, General Chair
> > William E. Byrd, Program Committee Chair
> > Program Committee:
> > Claire Alvis (Sparkfund, USA)
> > William E. Byrd (Program Committee Chair) (University of Alabama at
> > Birmingham, USA)
> > Maxime Chevalier-Boisvert (Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms,
> > Canada)
> > John Clements (General Chair) (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, USA)
> > Ronald Garcia (University of British Columbia, Canada)
> > Yukiyoshi Kameyama (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
> > Paul A. Steckler (Northeastern University, USA)
> > Larisse Voufo (Google, USA)
> > Workshop Steering Committee:
> > Will Clinger, Northeastern University
> > Marc Feeley, Université de Montréal
> > Dan Friedman, Indiana University
> > Olin Shivers, Northeastern University
> > Will Byrd, University of Alabama at Birmingham