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Date: 2001-03-30 06:09:22

> Sunday, October 14, 2001
> Tampa Bay, Florida, USA
> in Conjunction with
> OOPSLA 2001
> Some of the most exciting research in C++ focuses on the use of
> templates, especially as a means to support generic and generative
> programming. A number of powerful, flexible, and useful techniques
> have been developed but these efforts appear isolated and are only
> known to a few experts. This workshop will gather the community of
> people interested in C++ template programming. The goal is dual:
> first, to increase the visibility of information likely to be helpful
> to other workers in the field of C++ template programming; second, to
> clearly establish, and hopefully advance, the state-of-the-art in C++
> template programming.
> We encourage submission of extended abstracts of 7 to 12 pages on any
> aspect of C++ template programming, including (but not limited to) the
> following:
> Generic and generative programming in C++
> Uses or extensions of the STL or other templates in the standard
> library
> Traits and traits-based programming
> Iterators for multidimensional data structures
> Template metaprogramming, including the representation of
> metainformation in C++
> Multiparadigm programming
> Combining static configuration with dynamic techniques
> Type-theoretic modelling of templates
> Interaction of C++ templates with the object model
> Expression templates
> Experience reports on template programming
> Debugging template code
> Compiler support for templates, including compilation times and
> diagnostics
> Implementing C++'s template features
> Portability issues
> Template design and programming techniques
> Our primary interest is in abstracts describing new work, but we will
> consider abstracts based on prior publications. (Work that has already
> been published should be identified as such.) One of our goals is to
> increase the visibility of information likely to be helpful to other
> workers in the field of C++ template programming.
> As examples of suggested style and possible content, the accepted
> papers from last year's (2000) Workshop can be found in:
> A workshop proceedings will be produced in electronic form, to be made
> available via the Internet or on CD by the time of the workshop.
> Extended abstracts (7-12 pages) should be sent to
> Electronic submission in PDF is
> strongly preferred. Questions about the submission process should be
> sent to
> 15 June Extended Abstract Submissions Due
> 30 July Notification of Accepted Submissions
> 30 August Final Extended Abstracts Due
> Andrei Alexandrescu, RealNetworks, Inc., USA
> Matt Austern, AT&T Research, USA
> Thomas Becker, Zephyr Associates, Inc., USA
> Krzysztof Czarnecki, DaimlerChrysler AG, Germany
> Ulrich Eisenecker, University of Applied Sciences, Kaiserslautern,
> Germany
> Nicolai Josuttis (co-Chair), Author and Consultant, Germany
> Scott Meyers, Author and Consultant, USA
> Mark Rodgers, Cadenza New Zealand Ltd, New Zealand
> Yannis Smaragdakis (co-Chair), Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
> Erwin Unruh, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Germany
> David Vandevoorde, Edison Design Group, USA
> Todd Veldhuizen, Indiana University, USA
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