PEPM'02 -- call for participation


		     2002 ACM SIGPLAN Workshop on
Partial Evaluation and Semantics-Based Program Manipulation (PEPM'02)
	      Portland, Oregon, USA, January 14-15, 2002
                       (colocated with POPL'02)

The PEPM'02 workshop will bring together researchers working in the
areas of semantics-based program manipulation, partial evaluation, and
program generation. The workshop focuses on techniques, supporting
theory, and applications of the analysis and manipulation of programs.


Monday, 14 January 2002


8:45	WELCOME (chair: PT)
9:00	Invited Talk: Staged Compilation
	Craig Chambers (U Washington)

10:00	BREAK

10:30	Towards Bridging the Gap Between Programming Languages and Partial Evaluation
	Anne-Francoise Le Meur, Julia L. Lawall, Charles Consel (INRIA/LaBRI, France)
11:00	Online Partial Evaluation for Shift and Reset
	Kenichi Asai (Ochanomizu University, Japan)
11:30	Growing Languages with Metamorphic Syntax Macros
	Claus Brabrand, Michael I. Schwartzbach (BRICS, University of Aarhus, Denmark)

12:00	LUNCH

14:00	From Checking to Inference via Driving and Dag Grammars
	Jens Peter Secher and Morten Heine Sřrensen (DIKU, Denmark)
14:30	Cost-Augmented Narrowing-Driven Specialization
	Germán Vidal (DSIC, Technical University of Valencia, Spain)
15:00	Path Dependent Analysis of Logic Programs
	Lunjin Lu (Oakland University, USA)

15:30	BREAK

16:00	Automatic Time-Bound Analysis for a Higher-Order Language
	Gustavo Gómez and Yanhong A. Liu (Indiana University, USA)
16:30	Compositionality in the Puzzle of Semantics
	Roberto Giacobazzi, Isabella Mastroeni
	(Dipartimento di Informatica, Universita' degli studi di Verona, Italy)

Tuesday, 15 January 2002


9:00	shared WITS-Session "Non-Interference and Probability"

10:30	BREAK

11:00	Invited Talk: Implementation of Automatic Differentiation Tools
	Christian Bischof (Technical University of Aachen, Germany),
	Paul Hovland, Boyana Norris (Argonne National Laboratory, USA), 

12:00	LUNCH

14:00	Program Optimization Using Indexed and Recursive Data Structures
	Yanhong A. Liu and Scott D. Stoller
	(State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA)
14:30	Mixed-Initiative Interaction = Mixed Computation
	Naren Ramakrishnan, Robert Capra, Manuel Perez-Quinones
	(Department of Computer Science, Virginia Tech, USA)
15:00	CPS Translating Inductive and Coinductive Types
	Gilles Barthe (INRIA, France),
	Tarmo Uustalu (University of Minho, Portugal)