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LUV '92 -- Call For Papers
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- Subject: LUV '92 -- Call For Papers
- From: Steve Strassmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 3 Feb 1992 14:21:00 -0500
>From: email@example.com (Jon L White)
>Subject: LUV '92 -- Call For Papers
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> 1992 Lisp Users and Vendors Conference
>The Second International Lisp User and Vendor Conference (LUV '92)
>will be held on August 10-14, 1992, at the U.S. Grant Hotel in
>San Diego, CA, and will be centered around the theme of "Delivering
>Business Success with Lisp". The conference is sponsored in part by
>the Association of Lisp Users.
>The conference schedule includes two days of tutorials; a day of panel
>sessions, keynote addresses, technical paper presentations, and a
>student paper and application competition; a day of vendor presentations
>and demonstrations of new products; and more.
>Papers submitted to the conference should focus on experience with
>practical applications of Lisp. The material must clearly demonstrate
>a practical value from the use of the Lisp language or Lisp technology;
>as such, papers need not be especially innovative nor original, but
>preference will be given to previously undisseminated reports and
>experiences. Topics in the area of programming languages and
>environments are welcome; but untested or purely theoretical ideas
>without a clear direction towards the theme of the conference would
>be less suitable.
>Authors should submit 7 copies of their papers to the program chair at
>the address below. The length of the written papers should not exceed
>10 pages (with font size at least 10-point or larger.) Accepted papers
>will appear in the written proceedings, which will be distributed at
>the conference. The authors of certain selected papers will be invited
>to make a 20-minute verbal presentation at the technical talks sessions
>during the conference. Time constraints will likely prevent the
>presentation of all accepted papers.
>Submissions must be received by June 1, 1991. They should include a
>return postal address and a telephone number; an electronic mail address
>should also be included, if available. Authors will be notified of the
>acceptance or rejection of their papers by July 6, 1992. Corrections
>and alterations to the papers, if any, may be done up until July 24,
>1992, which is the final date for receipt of a camera-ready copy.
>Authors of accepted papers will be required to sign a release for
>publication in the conference proceedings. Authors may retain the
>copyright themselves if they wish by installing their own copyright
>notice in the paper. Previously copyrighted material may still be
>acceptable depending on the permission to publish; in this case,
>the previous copyright and notice of permission should appear in
>Persons interested in the student competition should contact the
>student coordinator for submission requirements and further details.
>Both technical papers and descriptions of Lisp applications are valid
>entries. Submission and acceptance dates, as well as acceptable
>themes, are the same as for other authors.
> Jon L White
> Lucid, Inc.
> 707 Laurel Street
> Menlo Park, CA 94025
> tel: 415-329-8400, x5514
> fax: 415-329-8480
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Richard Billington, Georgia Institute of Technology
> Kathy Egan, McDonnell-Douglas Space Systems Company
> Masayuki Ida, Aoyama Gaukin University (Tokyo)
> Barry Margolin, Thinking Machine, Inc.
> Chris Richardson, Franz, Inc.
> Bill York, International Lisp Associates
> Thomas Pole
> Software Productivity Consortium
> Reuse and Measurement Division
> 2214 Rock Hill rd.
> Herndon, VA 22070
> tel: 703-742-7131
> fax: 703-742-7200
> email email@example.com
>Conference General Chair:
> Jim Aragones
> GE-CRD, K1-5c30
> 1 River Rd
> PO Box 8
> Schenectady NY 12301
> tel: 518-387-6967
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org