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NOOL: Call for Papers

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NOOL-15 is a new unsponsored workshop to bring together users and implementors of new(ish) object oriented systems. Through presentations, and panel discussions, as well as demonstrations, and video and audiotapes, NOOL-15 will provide a forum for sharing experience and knowledge among experts and novices alike. We invite technical papers, case studies, and surveys in the following areas:

Theory: Including core definition of object oriented programming, semantic models and methodology.

Languages: New object oriented languages, extensions to conventional languages, and existing languages.

Implementation: Including architectural support, compilation and interpretation, and special techniques.

Tools and Environments: Including livecoding, user interfaces, utilities and operating system support.

Applications: Commercial, educational, and scientific applications that exploit object oriented programming.

Related Work: The object oriented paradigm in other fields such as databases and operating systems.

Video and audio submissions must not run longer than 5 minutes. Videotape submissions must be on 3/4-inch U-Matic format tape. Audio submissions must be on compact cassette.

NOOL-15 is a curated workshop. Interested presenters are invited to submit proposal (1 page 2 column 10pt ACM SIGPLAN format) to the chair of the organising committee either by emailing a PDF to alex@ecs.vuw.ac.nz or posting 5 hard copy versions that arrive no later than 1 September 2015; proposals will not be reviewed, but the committee will aim to produce a programme we think will result in an interesting workshop. NOOL-15 will not have a formal proceedings, however if there is interest, presenters may have the option of expanding on their presentation to appear in a post-conference technical report.

Small Print:

No correspondence will be entered into regarding unsuccessful proposals.

Any relationship between the NOOL-15 workshop CFP and the OOPSLA-86 conference CFP is purely intentional. - https://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/co/1986/01/01663031.pdf

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