Joint international workshop on Developments in Implicit Computational complExity and Foundational and Practical Aspects of Resource Analysis
6-7 April 2019, Prague; Satellite event of ETAPS 2019
** OBJECTIVES **
The joint DICE-FOPARA workshop provides synergies by combining two complementary communities:
The DICE workshop explores the area of Implicit Computational Complexity (ICC), which grew out from several proposals to use logic and formal methods to provide languages for complexity-bounded computation (e.g. Ptime, Logspace computation). It aims at studying the computational complexity of programs without referring to external measuring conditions or a particular machine model, but only by considering language restrictions or logical/computational principles entailing complexity properties. Several approaches have been explored for that purpose, such as restrictions on primitive recursion and ramification, rewriting systems, linear logic, types and lambda calculus, interpretations of functional and imperative programs.
The FOPARA workshop serves as a forum for presenting original research results that are relevant to the analysis of resource (e.g. time, space, energy) consumption by computer programs. The workshop aims to bring together the researchers that work on foundational issues with the researchers that focus more on practical results. Therefore, both theoretical and practical contributions are encouraged. We also encourage papers that combine theory and practice.
The joint DICE-FOPATA workshop at ETAPS 2019 follows the successful experiences of co-location of DICE-FOPARA at ETAPS 2015 in London and ETAPS 2017 in Uppsala.
** TOPICS **
The joint workshop serves as a forum for presenting original and established research results that are relevant to the implicit computational complexity theory and to the analysis of resource (e.g. time, space, energy) consumption by computer programs. The workshop aims to bring together the researchers that work on foundational issues with the researchers that focus more on practical results. Therefore, both theoretical and practical contributions are encouraged, as well as papers that combine theory and practice.
Areas of interest to the workshop include, but are not limited to, the following:
- type systems for controlling/inferring/checking complexity;
- logical and machine-independent characterisations of complexity classes;
- programming languages for complexity-bounded computation;
- logics closely related to complexity classes;
- theoretical foundations of program complexity analysis;
- static resource analysis and practical applications;
- resource analysis by term and graph rewriting.
- semantics of complexity-bounded computation;
- applications of implicit complexity to security;
- termination and resource analysis for probabilistic programs;
- semantic methods to analyse resources, including quasi-interpretations;
- practical applications of resource analysis;
** SUBMISSIONS **
We ask for submission of regular papers describing original work (up to 15 pages) or extended abstracts (up to 5 pages) presenting already published work or work in progress.
With respect to regular papers, submissions will be in particular verified for originality and novelty and the manuscript must not have been already published, nor is presently submitted, elsewhere. With respect to submissions of extended abstracts, the goal is to provide a forum for discussing work in progress, but presentations of already published results are also welcome, provided those are within the scope of the workshop and potentially give rise to lively discussions during the meeting.
A special issue of an international journal devoted to the joint workshop may be proposed. In this case, the CFP will be posted after the workshop and will be open to long versions of papers presented at this venue, as well as other submissions relevant to the scientific scope.
Papers must be prepared using the LaTeX EPTCS style (http://style.eptcs.org/). Papers should be submitted electronically via the easychair submission page:
** IMPORTANT DATES **
Paper Submission -- January 31st, 2019
Author Notification -- February 21st, 2019
Final Version -- February 28th, 2019
Workshop -- April 6th and 7th, 2019
** PROGRAM COMMITTEE **
Steffen Jost, LMU, Munich, DE
Thomas Seiller, CNRS, LIPN, Villetaneuse, FR
Robert Atkey, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Martin Avanzini, INRIA, Sophia Antipolis, FR
Lennart Beringer, Princeton University, US
Ezgi Cicek, Facebook, London, UK
Lukasz Czajka, TU Dortmund, DE
Ankush Das, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, US
Hugo Feree, University of Kent, UK
Samir Genaim, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, ES
Hans-Wolfgang Loidl, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
Joanna Ochremiak, University of Cambridge, UK
Romain Pechoux, Université de Lorraine, FR
Paolo Pistone, Universität Tübingen, DE
Pedro Vasconcelos, University of Porto, PT
Margherita Zorzi, Università degli Studi di Verona, IT
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