Re: OOSDS99 Call for papers
[Various calculi are used as foundations for object-oriented languages.
The list of topics does not contain typing aspects explicitly. But we
are really interested in participation of researchers dealing with
both the semantics of objects and typing apects of object-oriented
languages (in particularily, type systems for object-oriented
CALL FOR PAPERS
Workshop on Object-Oriented Specification Techniques
for Distributed Systems and Behaviours
Paris, France, September 27, 1999
SCOPE OF WORKSHOP:
The workshop is focused on specification languages for distributed
systems which are extensions of object-oriented languages or have an
object-oriented kind of base structure. The aim is to bring together
researchers interested in incorporating object-oriented concepts
and formal methods for specification of distributed systems and
TOPICS (NOT EXCLUSIVE LIST):
Object-oriented approaches to specification of distributed systems
Semantic models for concurrency and object-orientation (e.g. based on the
lambda-calculus, process algebra, pi-calculus, linear logic).
Characteristic examples of object-oriented specification from real
application domains (e.g. distributed algorithms, workflow specification,
Logic reasoning on distributed systems and behaviours.
The deadline for submission is September 2, 1999.
Submission is in electronic form only.
Submission may be of two forms:
Extended abstracts: up to 3 pages.
Papers and reports: up to 6 pages.
In both cases a separate page with the following information:
title, author(s), corresponding author,
contact information and a 12-15 lines summary
should be included.
The papers and/or abstracts should be sent by e-mail to
Selection for presentation will be carried out by the organizers.
Emphasis is put on the potential of the submission to stimulate
discussions in the above-mentioned scope.
Notification of acceptance is expected for September 14, 1999.
The accepted submissions will be published electronically,
i.e. they will remain available from the workshop web page.
Furthermore, selected papers will be invited for post
This workshop is organized as a satellite workshop of PPDP'99,
The 1999 International Conference on Principles and Practice
of Declarative Programming, Paris, France, September 29-October 1, 1999.
Clemens H. Cap (Rostock University, Germany)
Natalia Ioustinova (Rostock University, Germany)
Javier Oliver (Technical University of Valencia, Spain)
Nobuko Yoshida (University of Sussex, UK)