Final CFP: CP98 workshop on Modeling and Computing with Concurrent Constraint Programming

Subject: Final CFP: CP98 workshop on Modeling and Computing with Concurrent Constraint Programming
From: Stefano Bistarelli (
Date: Fri Jul 31 1998 - 12:48:22 MET DST

                          CALL FOR PAPERS
                           CP98 Workshop
     Modeling and Computing with Concurrent Constraint Programming

                           Pisa, Italy
                         30 October 1998
(in conjunction with the fourth International Conference on Principles
and Practice of Constraint Programming (CP98))


   The workshop is intended to be a forum of discussions on the practical
   aspects of Concurrent Constraint Programming (CCP), a simple and
   elegant formalism for modelling concurrent, parallel, and distributed
   computation. Topics covered by the workshop include:
     * Experiences with programming in CCP framework
     * Novel applications of the CCP framework
     * Novel implementation techniques of the CCP family of languages
     * Language constructs for addressing novel applications
     * Comparison between CCP and other programming paradigms
   The workshop will consist of the presentation of accepted papers and
   discussions about selected topics.
Organizing committee (in alphabetical order)

     * Andreas Podelski (Max-Planck-Institut,
     * Vijay Saraswat (AT&T,
     * Kazunori Ueda (Waseda Univ.,
Paper Submission

   Authors are invited to send manuscripts by e-mail in a self-contained
   PostScript file (gzipped and uuencoded) to the organizers.
   E-mail submissions should be sent to ALL of the following three
   The length guidelines are 10-12 pages in 11-point font and 4000 words.
   In addition, a separate e-mail message should be sent containing the
   paper title and a 150-word abstract, authors, keywords, postal
   address, e-mail address and fax number.

   We plan to publish all the accepted papers on the workshop web site.
   We will also distribute a hard-copy version of the proceedings at the
Important Dates

   September 10, 1998 Acceptance decisions
   October 5, 1998 Final copy due
   October 30, 1998 CP98 Workshop
Workshop URL:

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