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From: Eelco Visser <visser@c...>
Subject: [Caml-list] Call for participation: GPCE'04 -- Generative Programming and Component Engineering

                         CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

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                   Third International Conference on
       Generative Programming and Component Engineering (GPCE'04)

                     Vancouver, October 24-28, 2004
                co-located with OOPSLA 2004 and ISMM 2004

                          http://gpce04.gpce.org
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                           Online Registration
                http://www.regmaster.com/oopsla2004.html
         early registration with reduced rates closes September 16
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Generative and component approaches have the potential to
revolutionize software development in a similar way as automation and
components revolutionized manufacturing. Generative Programming
(developing programs that synthesize other programs), Component
Engineering (raising the level of modularization and analysis in
application design), and Domain-Specific Languages (elevating program
specifications to compact domain-specific notations that are easier to
write and maintain) are key technologies for automating program
development.

GPCE arose as a joint conference, merging the prior conference on
Generative and Component-Based Software Engineering (GCSE) and the
Workshop on Semantics, Applications, and Implementation of Program
Generation (SAIG). The goal of GPCE is to provide a meeting place for
researchers and practitioners interested in cutting edge approaches to
software development. We aim to foster further cross-fertilization
between the software engineering research community on the one hand,
and the programming languages community on the other, in addition to
supporting the original research goals of both the GCSE and the SAIG
communities. We seek papers both in software engineering and in
programming languages, and especially those that bridge the gap and
are accessible to both communities at the same time.

   * Invited speakers
      * Keynote: Jack Greenfield on Software Factories
      * Peter Mosses on Modular Language Descriptions

   * Technical program
      * 25 papers
      * Aspect-orientation
      * Staged programming
      * Meta-programming
      * Model-driven approaches
      * Product lines
      * Domain-specific languages

   * Tutorials
      * Adaptive Object-Model Architecture: Dynamically Adapting
        to Changing Requirements
      * Multi-stage Programming in Meta-OCaml
      * Generative Software Development
      * Program Transformation Systems: Theory and Practice
        for Software Generation, Maintenance and Reengineering

   * Workshops
      * Software Transformation Systems Workshop
      * First MetaOCaml Workshop
      * Young Researchers Workshop
      * Workshop on Best Practices Model-Driven Software
        Development
      * Workshop on Managing Variabilities Consistently
        in Design and Code

   * Demonstrations
      * Implementation of DSLs using staged interpreters
        in MetaOCaml
      * MetaEdit+: Domain-Specific Modeling for Full
        Code Generation Demonstrated
      * Towards Domain-Driven Development: the SmartTools
        Software Factory
      * Xirc: Cross-Artifact Information Retrieval
      * C-SAW and GenAWeave: A Two-Level Aspect
        Weaving Toolsuite
      * The Concern Manipulation Environment
      * Program Transformations for Re-Engineering
        C++ Components


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