The scope encompassed any computational-logic-based techniques, languages, and tools for the interactive or automated development of any kinds of programs. Also, papers discussing programming-in-the-large issues, or presenting practical applications, or convincingly arguing for the practical applicability of given theoretical results were strongly encouraged.
The mode of operation became as follows. Based upon submitted extended abstracts, the programme committee invited authors to present their research at the workshop. Pre-proceedings with the accepted extended abstracts were available at the workshop as a technical report. Shortly after the workshop, the programme committee invited the authors of the most promising abstracts and presentations to submit full papers. After another round of refereeing, the best full papers were included in the post-workshop proceedings, which were published in early 1999 as Volume 1559 of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series of Springer-Verlag.
Extended abstracts were submitted about, but not limited to, the
These extended abstracts were reviewed by the programme committee.
The invited speech was by Pierre Wolper (Université de Liège, Belgium).
Also note the JICSLP'98 post-conference workshop Automated Software Engineering and Logic Programming, which was held on 20 June 1998, and which provided a forum for the ASE and LP communities to discuss the key issues that they should address in order to foster a concerted effort. No papers were submitted to this workshop, but (abstracts of) position statements were welcome.
|Pierre Flener||Uppsala University, Sweden (programme chair)|
|Nicoletta Cocco||University of Venice, Italy|
|Andreas Hamfelt||Uppsala University, Sweden|
|Kung-Kiu Lau||University of Manchester, UK (workshop chair)|
|Baudouin Le Charlier||University of Namur, Belgium|
|Michael Leuschel||University of Southampton, UK|
|Michael Lowry||NASA Ames, USA|
|Ali Mili||Institute for Software Research, USA, and University of Tunis II, Tunisia|
|Lee Naish||Melbourne University, Australia|
|Mario Ornaghi||University of Milan, Italy|
|Alberto Pettorossi||University of Rome II, Italy|
|Dave Robertson||University of Edinburgh, UK|
|Richard Waldinger||SRI International, USA|
|Submission of extended abstracts:||27 March 1998 (submission is closed!)|
|Notification to authors:||1 May 1998 (done!)|
|Workshop:||15 to 19 June 1998 (done!)|
|Submission of full papers:||25 September 1998 (submission is closed!)|
|Notification to authors:||30 October 1998 (done!)|
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