AMMCS - SMCGPL 2017 : Symbolic Methods in Code Generation and Programming Languages
Call For Papers
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Applied Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science (AMMCS-2017)
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
August 20-25, 2017
Minisymposium: Symbolic Methods in Code Generation and Programming Languages
(ID: SS-SMCGPL; http://www.ammcs2017.wlu.ca/special-sessions/smcgpl/)
Symbolic Methods in Code Generation and Programming Languages
Symbolic methods are increasingly finding a wide variety of applications in and
around programming languages. Starting from their immensely successful use in
generation of numerical codes, their applicability is widening to both code analysis
(often through abstract interpretation) and even in certain phases of compilers
themselves, as exemplified in recent probabilistic programming languages.
This session will bring together experts in symbolic computation along with programming
languages experts to exchange ideas on the state of the art in this domain.
Abstracts are being accepted for special sessions, contributed sessions, and poster presentations.
All participants should submit their abstracts online via the AMMCS-2017 Management System at
Due: March 15, 2017
Jacques Carette (McMaster University),
Eugene Zima (Wilfrid Laurier University)
AMMCS-2017 is an interdisciplinary international conference in a series
of AMMCS meetings held in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. The AMMCS Conference
Series aims at promoting interdisciplinary research and collaboration
involving mathematical and computational sciences within a larger
international community, and highlighting recent advances in Applied
Mathematics, Modeling and Computational Science (AMMCS).
In 2017 the conference will be held in August (August 20-25, 2017).
From its inception this conference series has been organized in
cooperation with AIMS and SIAM.
The conference provides a unique opportunity for in-depth technical discussions
and exchange of ideas in all areas involving mathematical and computational
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and social sciences, engineering and technology, industry and finance. It offers
to researchers, industrialists, engineers and students to present their latest
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collaborations required to meet the challenges of modern science, technology, and society.