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From: Clemens Grelck <grelck@i...>
Subject: [Caml-list] 2nd CfP: SNPD'03 Workshop on High-Level Approaches to Parallel and Distributed Computing
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     2nd CALL FOR PAPERS

     Workshop on 
     High-Level Approaches to Parallel and Distributed Computing

     held in the context of the

     Fourth ACIS International Conference on
     Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, 
     Networking, and Parallel/Distributed Computing (SNPD'03)

     October 16th - 18th, 2003

     Luebeck, Germany

     http://www.isp.uni-luebeck.de/snpd03/Workshop/ws02/index.htm

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Scope and Topics:
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Today parallel and distributed computing systems are readily available
and provide a continuously improving price/performance ratio. However,
this technological breakthrough in hardware is not accompanied by 
similar progress in software technology. Parallel and distributed
programming is still dominated by low-level techniques such as explicit
message passing. This low level of abstraction makes programming these
systems exceedingly difficult, time-consuming, and error-prone.
Hence, parallel and distributed computing requires new programming models
which liberate programmers from low-level concerns and increase programming
productivity while maintaining reasonable trade-offs between level of 
abstraction and runtime performance.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
 - methodologies for high-level parallel programming,
 - parallel programming languages,
 - high-level libraries for parallel computing,
 - compilers and runtime systems for parallel computing,
 - implementation aspects of high-level parallel programming environments,
 - compiler-based optimization and parallelization,
 - experience with high-level parallel programming environments,
 - support for debugging and performance analysis,
 - concurrent array programming,
 - programming concepts for the grid.

This workshop provides a forum for researchers and practitioners 
interested in the design, implementation, and evaluation of 
high-level parallel programming concepts. It aims at creating
some focus within the otherwise broad spectrum of the SNPD'03
conference. The workshop will take place as a special session
during SNPD'03. Participants must register for SNPD'03. There
are no additional fees for attending workshops.



Workshop Chair and Organizer:
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Clemens Grelck
University of Luebeck
Institute of Software Technology and Programming Languages
Seelandstr. 1A
23569 Luebeck, Germany
E-Mail: grelck@isp.uni-luebeck.de


Papers and Publication:
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Original, unpublished papers in English not exceeding 8 pages in 
ACIS double column format are solicited. For detailed formatting
instructions see the SNPD'03 conference web site at

  http://www.isp.uni-luebeck.de/snpd03/index.htm

Please send your papers as PDF documents by electronic mail directly 
to the workshop chair:

  grelck@isp.uni-luebeck.de

Please indicate your paper submission by the subject

  SNPD03 WORKSHOP SUBMISSION

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings with
ISBN. A selection of excellent papers presented at the conference 
including its workshops will be published in a special issue of the
International Journal of Computer and Information Science.


Important Deadlines:
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Full paper submission due:    August, 30th
Notification of acceptance:   September, 10th
Camera-ready papers due:      September, 24th

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