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Lisp & Functional Programming 88 (LONG)
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- Subject: Lisp & Functional Programming 88 (LONG)
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert R. Kessler)
- Date: Thu, 21 Apr 88 11:28:17 MDT
What follows is the Advance Program for L&FP 88. There is no
electronic version of the registration form, so if you want a copy,
please send me your US Mail address, and I'll mail you a copy. If you
are a member of SIGPLAN, SIGART, or SIGACT, then you will be receiving
a copy in about 3 weeks.
1988 Lisp and Functional Programming
Snowbird, Utah, July 25-27, 1988
A conference sponsored by the ACM Special Interest
Groups on Programming Languages, Artificial Intelligence,
and Computer Architecture.
Chairs and Committee Members
General Chair: Jerome Chailloux
Le Chesnay Cedex, France
Program Chair: Robert Cartwright, Rice University
Committee: Harold Abelson, MIT
Richard Bird, Oxford University
Luca Cardelli, DEC Systems Res. Ctr.
Robert Cartwright, Rice University
Richard Gabriel, Lucid Inc.
Christopher Haynes, Indiana University
Gerard Huet, INRIA Rocquencourt
Gilles Kahn, INRIA Sophia Antipolis
David Moon, Symbolics Inc.
Guy Steele, Thinking Machines Corp.
Carolyn Talcott, Stanford University
Local Robert Kessler
Arrangements: University of Utah
Department of Computer Science
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
Treasurer: Shane Robison, Apple Computer
Sunday, July 24th
06:00-09:00 pm Reception
Monday, July 25th
08:00-08:30 Continental Breakfast
08:30-09:30 Tutorial: Abstraction in Numerical Methods
Gerald Jay Sussman and Matthew Halfant (MIT)
09:30-10:30 Session 1: Chaired by Harold Abelson (MIT)
"Expressing Mathematical Subroutines Constructively"
Gerald Roylance (MIT)
"Exact Real Computer Arithmetic with Continued Fractions"
Jean Vuillemin (INRIA Rocquencourt)
11:00-12:00 Session 2: Chaired by Richard Gabriel (Lucid, Inc.)
"Parallel Execution of Sequential Scheme with ParaTran"
Pete Tinker, Morry Katz (Rockwell International Science Center)
"Buckwheat: Graph Reduction on a Shared-Memory Multiprocessor"
Benjamin Goldberg (New York University)
02:00-03:30 Session 3: Chaired by Christopher Haynes (Indiana University)
"A MathematicalSemantics for Handling Full Functional Jumps"
Matthias Felleisen (Rice University)
Mitch Wand (Northeastern University)
Daniel Friedman, Bruce Duba (Indiana University)
"Continuations May Be Unreasonable"
Albert Meyer, Jon G. Riecke (MIT)
"Lambda-V-CS: An Extended Lambda Calculus for Scheme"
Matthias Felleisen (Rice University)
04:30-05:30 Session 4: Chaired by Guy Steele (Thinking Machines Corp.)
"Syntactic Closures" Alan Bawden, Jonathan Rees (MIT)
"Concrete Syntax for Data Objects in Functional Languages"
Kent Peterson (Chalmers University)
"A Variable-Arity Procedural Interface"
R. Kent Dybvig, Robert Hieb (Indiana University)
08:00-09:45 pm Session 5: Chaired by David Moon (Symbolics Inc.)
"The Scheme86 Pro ject: A System for Interpreting Scheme"
Andrew Berlin, Henry Wu (MIT)
"Strategies forImplementing Continuations"
Will Clinger, Anne Hartheimer (Semantic Microsystems)
Eric Ost (Metaphor Corp.)
"An Implementation of Portable Standard LISP on the BBN Butterfly"
Mark Swanson, Robert Kessler, Gary Lindstrom (University of Utah)
"Preliminary Results with the Initial Implementation of Qlisp"
Ron Goldman, Richard Gabriel (Lucid, Inc.)
Tuesday, July 26th
08:00-08:30 Continental Breakfast
08:30-10:00 Session 6: Chaired by Robert Cartwright (Rice University)
"PartialPolymorphic Type Inference and Higher-Order
Unification" Frank Pfenning (Carnegie-Mellon University)
"Bounded Quantifiers Have Interval Models"
Simone Martini (Universitadi Pisa)
"Type Inferencein a Database Programming Language"
Atsushi Ohori, Peter Buneman (University of Pennsylvania)
10:30-12:00 Session 7: Chaired by Luca Cardelli (DEC Systems Res. Ctr.)
"The Milner-Mycroft Calculus is Tractable"
Fritz Henglein (New York University)
"ML With Extended Pattern Matching and Subtypes"
Lalita Jategaonkar, John Mitchell (Stanford University)
"An Implementation of Standard ML Modules"
David MacQueen (AT&T Bell Laboratories)
02:00-03:30 Session 8: Chaired by Jerome Chailloux (INRIA Rocquencort)
"Graphinators and the Duality of SIMD and MIMD"
Paul Hudak, Eric Mohr (Yale University)
"Faster Combinator Reduction Using Stock Hardware"
A.C. Norman (Cambridge University)
G. L. Burn (GEC Research Limited)
S. L. Peyton Jones (University College London)
J. D. Robson (GEC Research Limited)
04:00-05:30 Session 9: Chaired by Richard Gabriel (Lucid, Inc.)
"A Simple and Efficient Implementation Approach for
Single Assignment Languages"
Kourosh Gharachorloo, Vivek Sarkar, John L. Hennessy (Stanford University)
"An Improved Replacement Strategy for Function Caching"
William Pugh (Cornell University)
"Object-oriented Programming in Scheme"
Norman Adams (Tektronix) Jonathan Rees (MIT)
Wednesday, July 27th
08:00-08:30 Continental Breakfast
08:00-10:00 Session 10: Chaired by Gilles Kahn (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
"Objects as Closures: Abstract Semantics of Object-oriented Languages"
Uday Reddy (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
"Types, Classes, Metatypes, Metatypes Classes: An
Open-ended Data Representation Model for EU_LISP"
Christian Queinnec (LITP, Universite Paris)
Pierre Cointe(Rank Xerox)
"The Common Lisp Ob ject System Metaobject Kernel: A Status Report"
Daniel G. Bobrow, Gregor Kiczales (Xerox Palo Alto Research Center)
10:30-12:00 Session 11: Chaired by Carolyn Talcott (Stanford University)
"A Unified System of Parameterization for Programming Languages"
John Lamping (Stanford University)
"Intensions and Extensions in a Reflective Tower"
Olivier Danvy, Karoline Malmkjaer (University of Copenhagen)
"Reification without Evaluation"
Alan Bawden (MIT)
The 1988 ACM LISP and Functional Programming Conference will be held at the
Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort at Snowbird, Utah. Snowbird is a world
renowned resort in the mountains near Salt Lake City that offers outstanding
skiing in the winter and a variety of recreational activities including
hiking, climbing, swimming, and tennis in the summer. Summer temperatures
typically range between 60 F and 80 F in the day and 30 F to 50 F at night.
Sweaters are advisable for evening wear.
The meeting rooms, book exhibits, and guest rooms for the Conference will
all be housed in the Cliff Lodge, which features an eleven story glass atrium
with a cocktail lounge and restaurant overlooking the rugged Peruvian Gulch.
The Lodge includes four restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines.
The entire Snowbird complex includes seventeen full-service restaurants,
lounges, and fast-food operations. You will also have access to the Cliff
Lodge Health and Beauty Spa, which offers an array of services ranging
from the unique (herbal wraps, parafango treatments) to the stimulating
(whirlpool, steamroom, saunas, roof-top heated swimming pool, aerobics
and weight training).
You can make room reservations with Snowbird's Central Reservations Office
by calling (800)453-3000 or (801)532-1700. Snowbird requires a deposit for
one night's lodging within ten days of booking. The deposit will be refunded
if the room is cancelled within 48 hours of arrival. If you book reservations
by June 24, 1988, you are entitled to the following special rates: $64 for a
single occupancy; $70 for a double occupancy; $104 for a deluxe bedroom,
single occupancy; and $110 for a deluxe bedroom, double occupancy. To receive
these special rates you must mention the ACM L&FP Conference when you place
your reservations. Each additional person will be charged $6 per day;
children under the age of 16 may stay for free in a room with a parent. These
rates are available from Saturday, July 23, 1988 through Friday, July 29,
1988, permitting conference attendees to extend their conference stay into
a short vacation. Some possible activities include rock climbing lessons,
backpacking trips, and helicopter tours.
Delta Airlines, which has a major hub in Salt Lake City, is offering
special round-trip fares to North American conferees of the 1988 ACM
Conference on Lisp and Functional Programming. First, Delta will allow an
additional 5% savings off published round-trip fares within the United States
and San Juan; and for passengers not qualifying for any published discounts,
Delta will allow the following two (seven-day advance purchase) discounts off
unrestricted round-trip coach fares: 40% from domestic cities and 35% from
Canadian cities. Delta also serves Europe and Japan.
To take advantage of these discounts, call (800) 345-1647 (within
Indiana (800) 822-4730; from Canada (812) 333-3360 collect) and ask
for Lana. The Internet address may be used for initial contact, as well
(email@example.com); include daytime phone number and hours.
These fares are valid from July 23 to July 30, 1988.
Snowbird is located 31 miles or 40 minutes from the Salt Lake City
International Airport, and is easily accessible by taxi, car, bus (or
helicopter). Various transportation companies provide van and motorcoach
service to Snowbird. For four or more people, the current van cost is $10
per person. Limousine and car rental service is also available as well as
City Cab, Ute Cab and Yellow Cab (Cab fares should be about $42).
Conference activities will include a reception Sunday night and a
chairlift ride to an open meadow for a BBQ lunch on Monday. Tuesday's lunch
will includea tram ticket and a box lunch. You can ride Snowbird's 125
passenger aerial tram to the top of the 11,000 foot Hidden Peak, with its
spectacular view of the Wasatch Mountain Range and Salt Lake Valley.
You may either hike back down where you will have the opportunity of seeing
historic silver mine shafts from the 1800's, or you can make the return trip
by tram. That night will include the banquet dinner on the Pavilion.
Advance registration for the Conference is $225 for ACM and SIG members
(SIGPLAN, SIGART, or SIGACT), $250 for ACM or SIG members, or $290 for
non-members. Advance registration cutoff is June 24, 1988. After June 24,
fees are $275 for ACM and SIG, $300 for ACM or SIG, and $350 for non-members.
The registration fee includes a copy of the proceedings, the reception Sunday
evening, luncheons on Monday and Tuesday, refreshments during the breaks,
continental breakfast Monday through Wednesday, and the Tuesday night banquet.
Speakers and program/conference committee members should use the $225 rate.
Extra banquet tickets can be purchased for $40.
Student advance registration is $75 for the Conference (June 24
cutoff date), and $100 for late registration. The student registration fee
does not include the lunches or the banquet. On-site registration will be
accepted Sunday evening, and during the conference. We hope you will enjoy
your stay at Snowbird and we are looking forward to seeing you at the