24th International Workshop on
14 July 2010
A FLoC workshop associated to RTA and IJCAR.
This workshop promotes research and collaboration in the area of unification theory and related fields, including constraint solving and applications of unification to theorem proving and programming languages. It encourages the presentation of new directions, developments and results, as well as tutorials on existing knowledge in this area.
The first International Workshop on Unification took place in 1987, and since then the workshop has run every year, serving as a forum for researchers to present recent (even unfinished) work, and to discuss new ideas and trends. It is also a good opportunity for young researchers and researchers working in related areas to get an overview of the current state of the art in unification theory. Information about past UNIF workshops can be found in the Unification Home Page.
TOPICSTopics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
- General E-unification and calculi
- Matching algorithms
- Special unification algorithms
- Higher-order and nominal unification
- Constraint solving
- Combination problems
- Complexity analysis
- Implementation techniques
- Applications: type checking and reconstruction, automated theorem proving, programming language design, etc.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINESThe submission is in two stages.
1)Before the workshop, authors are invited to submit an abstract (max. 5 pages) in pdf format, using the Easychair submission site. Accepted abstracts will be presented at the workshop and included in the preliminary proceedings, available at the workshop.
2) After the workshop, authors will be invited to submit a paper based on their presentation, which will be refereed for inclusion in the final workshop proceedings. We plan to publish the final proceedings in EPTCS.
We also invite authors to submit a 5 page abstract describing relevant work that has been or will be published elsewhere, or work in progress. Submissions in this class will be only considered for presentation at the workshop and inclusion in the preliminary proceedings but not in the final proceedings.
The call for papers can be found here.
|Maribel Fernández, UK (chair)|
|Temur Kutsia, Austria|
|Jordi Levy, Spain|
|Christopher Lynch, US|
|Cathy Meadows, US|
|Gianfranco Rossi, Italy|
|Laurent Vigneron, France|
FURTHER INFORMATIONFor further information please contact
King's College London, UK