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PPPJ 2008 : Principles and Practice of Prgramming in Java


Conference Series : Principles and Practice of Programming in Java
When Sep 8, 2008 - Sep 11, 2008
Where Modena, Italy
Abstract Registration Due Apr 21, 2008
Submission Deadline Apr 28, 2008
Notification Due Jun 9, 2008
Categories    programming languages

Call For Papers

Java has established a dominant position as the major programming language for a wide variety of application areas. The language continues to evolve, while new APIs, libraries and tools continue to be developed. We invite papers which cover all aspects of programming in Java. Both research papers and experience reports are welcome. Principles of programming in Java, approaches to teaching Java, programming frameworks for Java, tools to support Java programming are all acceptable as areas of interest for the conference. Papers must describe original work, and must not have been accepted or submitted for publication elsewhere. Topics include but are not limited to:

* The Java Language
o Optimization
o VM Design
o Java Verification
o Aspect-Orientation
o Java-Specific Metrics
o Alternative languages on the Java VM
o Java Extensions
* Software Engineering with Java
o Program Design and Implementatino
o Design Patterns Through Java
o Testing of Java Programs
o Performance of Java Programs
o Tools for Java Programming
o Java-Based MDD/MDA
o Java-Based MDL Tools
o Java-Based DSL Solutions
o Java for Embedded Systems
* Applications in Science, Engineering, and Business
o Novel Applications of Java
o Domain-Specific Frameworks
o Java-Based Tools
o Java-Based Enterprise Computing
* Agent-Based Java Systems
o Mobile Agents
o Massive Agent Systems
* Mobile Java
o Middleware for Mobile Applications
o Location-Based Services
o M-Business Applications
* Practice and Experience
o Java and Financial Services
o Java and the Manufacturing Industry
* Teaching Java Programming
o Teleteaching Applications
o Teaching Methods

Submission Guidelines

Four types of paper submissions will be accepted: research papers, experience reports, industry papers, and demo papers. Papers which represent original, previously unpublished work are invited. Both new ideas and case studies of the status quo are welcome. Submissions must be in ACM SIG Proceedings Format, see for details; research papers and experience reports are limited to 10 pages, the other categories to 4 pages. For further details, please visit the conference home page

It is planned to publish the accepted papers in an official proceedings volume, and to invite the authors of the best papers to provide an extended version for a special issue of Elsevier's Science of Computer Programming journal.
Paper Submission Dates (Tentative)

* April 21 2008 - Abstract Submission
* April 28 2008 - Full Paper Submission
* June 9 2008 - Author Notification
* June 23 2008 - Camera Ready Deadline

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