X10 2015
Sat 13 - Wed 17 June 2015 Portland, Oregon, United States
co-located with PLDI 2015

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X10: Call for Papers

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Papers can be submitted at: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=x1015.

Submissions may be one of the following:

  • Short paper: four to six pages in ACM SIGPLAN proceedings style (9-point type, all inclusive),
  • Extended abstract: two pages in ACM SIGPLAN proceedings style (9-point type, all inclusive).

Submissions must be in PDF and printable on US Letter and A4 sized paper.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the program committee. During the workshop, extended abstracts will receive a shorter presentation and discussion period.

Accepted papers will be hosted on the X10 website. Accepted authors will have the option of having their paper in the proceedings that will be published by the ACM.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Curriculum development using X10 and experience
  • Applications and experience, X10 programming pearls
  • High-level frameworks and libraries: map reduce, parallel matrix and graph libraries, global load balancing frameworks
  • Performance analysis, comparison between performance of X10 application in managed environment vs native environment
  • Foundations: weak-memory models, models of imperative concurrency, reasoning techniques for dynamic concurrency
  • Extensions: fault-tolerance, dynamic places, hierarchical places
  • Type systems for concurrency and alias management
  • Deterministic computation, phased computations – clock-based concurrency, stream-based computation
  • Static analyses for atomicity violations, race conditions, deadlock-freedom
  • Compilation techniques: code generation, compilation for work-stealing, concurrency and communication optimizations, compilation for scale
  • Runtime systems, interoperability with Java, MPI
  • Design and evaluation of JVM extensions for X10
  • Distributed GC
  • Design and experience with development tools (IDEs) for X10
  • Performance analysis and monitoring tools
  • Testing, bug detection and program understanding tools
  • Debugging frameworks, including large-scale debugging, differential debugging

Please the external website for the X10’15 workshop for details.

X10 2015 Tracks