ACM Erlang Workshop: accepted papers & schedule

Scott Lystig Fritchie <>
Tue Aug 24 06:12:01 CEST 2010


Hi, all.  While I work on getting the
http://www.erlang.org/workshop/2010/* documents updated, here's a list
of the accepted papers and schedule for the ACM Erlang Workshop 2010.  I
need to apologize to at least one erlang-questions reader who emailed me
directly to ask about the schedule.  Sorry!  Hopefully the workshop
Web-a-thingie will be updated in the next day or so.

-Scott

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   Ninth ACM SIGPLAN
   Erlang Workshop
   Baltimore, Maryland, USA, September 30, 2010
   http://www.erlang.org/workshop/2010/

   Satellite event of the 15th ACM SIGPLAN
   International Conference on Functional Programming,
   September 27-29, 2010

   Workshop Program
   ----------------

   Keynote Address
       Session Chair: Kostis Sagonas, National Technical University of
                      Athens
     * Invited Talk: David Smith, Basho Technologies: "Concurrent Life,
       the Universe, and Everything Rebar"

   Testing and Programming
   Session Chair: Ulf Wiger, Erlang Solutions, London, UK.
     * From Test Cases to FSMs: Augmented Test Driven Development and
       Property Inference. Thomas Arts and Simon Thompson
     * Coordinating and Visualizing Independent Behaviors in Erlang. Guy
       Wiener, Gera Weiss, and Assaf Marron

   Theory and Practice
   Session Chair: Simon Thompson, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, UK.
     * A Unified Semantics for Future Erlang. Hans Svensson, Lars-Åke
       Fredlund, and Clara Benac Earle
     * Chain Replication In Theory and in Practice. Scott Lystig Fritchie

   Language Issues and Extensions
   Session Chair: Erik Stenman, Klarna AB, Stockholm, Sweden.
     * Analysis of Preprocessor Constructs in Erlang. Róbert Kitlei,
       István Bozó, Tamás Kozsik, Máté Tejfel, and Melinda Tóth
     * Generic Load Regulation Framework for Erlang. Ulf Wiger

   Implementations, Tools, and Demos
   Session Chair: Scott Lystig Fritchie, Basho Technologies, Cambridge,
                  Massachusetts, USA
     * Implementing a Multiagent Negotiation Protocol in Erlang. Alvaro
       Fernandez, Clara Benac Earle, and Lars-Åke Fredlund
     * QuickChecking Refactoring Tools. Dániel Drienyovszky, Dániel
       Horpácsi, and Simon Thompson
     * Using Erlang to Implement an Autonomous Build and Distribution
       System for Software Projects. Tino Breddin

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