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> From [log in to unmask] Thu Feb 24 03:20:59 2000
> Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 10:13:12 +0100
> From: Marjan Mernik <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: (SEWORLD) CFP: Domain-Specific Languages for Software Engineering
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Sender: [log in to unmask]
>                        CALL FOR PAPERS
>        Domain-Specific Languages for Software Engineering
>      This Minitrack is Part of the Software Technology Track
>                      of HICSS-34
>             Maui, Hawai'i, January 3-6, 2001
> The primary function of programming languages and tools has always been
> to make the programmer more effective. Appropriate programming languages
> and tools may drastically reduce the costs for building new applications
> as well as for maintaining existing ones. It is well known that
> programming languages can greatly increase programmer productivity by
> allowing the programmer to write high-scalable, generic, readable and
> maintainable code. Also, new domain specific languages can be used to
> enhance different aspects of software engineering. The development of
> these languages is itself a significant software engineering task,
> requiring a considerable investment of time and resources.
> Domain-specific languages have been used in various domains and these
> applications have clearly illustrated the advantages of domain
> specific-languages over general purpose languages in areas such as
> productivity, reliability, and flexibility. The purpose of the minitrack
> is to bring together an international audience of researchers and
> practitioners actively involved in the development of languages for
> software engineering. It covers a wide range of
> domain-specific languages applied on different software engineering
> problems. Topics of interest, but not limited to, for this mini-track
> are:
> - design and implementation of domain-specific languages
> - use of domain-specific languages affecting the software engineering
> process
> - role of domain-specific languages in software engineering
> - tools, environments, and techniques needed to support domain-specific
> languages
>            Important Deadlines in 2000
>  A 300-word abstract by April 1
>  Feedback to author on abstract by May 1
>  Eight copies of the manuscript by June 1
>  Notification of accepted papers by August 31
>  Camera-ready copies of accepted manuscripts are due by October 1
>  Tutorial Proposals by April 1
>  Notification of accepted tutorials by May 15
> It is not necessary to submit an abstract to the minitrack organiser
> before the full paper deadline. However, we would prefer to receive a
> short abstract from interested authors to give us advance warning of the
> arrival of a full paper.
>                Instructions for the Authors
> Submit a 300-word abstract to one of the minitrack coordinators by April
> 1, 2000. The preferred mode of submission is via e-mail.
> Feedback on the appropriateness of the abstract will be sent to you by
> May 1, 2000. Submit the full manuscript by June 1, 2000. The preferred
> mode of submission is via e-mail. Manuscripts should have an abstract
> and be 22-25 typewritten, double-spaced pages in length. Papers must not
> have been previously presented or published, nor currently submitted for
> journal publication.
> Each manuscript will be subjected to a rigorous refereeing process.
> Individuals interested in refereeing papers should contact the minitrack
> coordinators directly.
>                      Tutorials
> Tutorials will be offered on Tuesday, January 3, 2001. Interested
> speakers should submit full-day or half-day proposals to the track
> chairman by April 1, 2000. Proposals should include an outline of the
> topics to be covered and a short biography.
>                  Minitrack organizers
> Marjan Mernik
> Faculty of Electrical Engineering  and Computer Science
> University of Maribor, Slovenia
> email:[log in to unmask]
> Viljem Zumer
> Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
> University of Maribor, Slovenia
> email: [log in to unmask]
> Robert Manderson
> School of Computer Science
> University of Westminster, UK
> email:[log in to unmask]
> Homepage of the Software Technology Track
> Homepage of the HICSS-34
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