Welcome to the 10th Implementation, Compilation, Optimization of Object-Oriented Languages, Programs and Systems Workshop!
The ICOOOLPS workshop series brings together researchers and practitioners working in the field of OO languages implementation and optimization. ICOOOLPS key goal is to identify current and emerging issues relating to the efficient implementation, compilation and optimization of such languages, and outlining future challenges and research directions.
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09:00 - 09:45
|Data-centric Metaprogramming in Object-Oriented Languages|
Vlad UrecheEPFLLink to publication
10:00 - 11:00
|Position Paper: Building Debuggers and Other Tools: We Can “Have it All”|
Michael Van De VanterOracle Labs
|Trace-based Debugging for Advanced-Dispatching Programming Languages|
11:00 - 12:00
|Short Paper: Call-target-specific Method Arguments|
13:30 - 14:30
|Ownership and Reference Counting based Garbage Collection in the Actor World|
|METIS: A Smart Memory Allocator Using Historical Reclamation Information|
14:30 - 15:30
|Towards Reducing the Need for Algorithmic Primitives in Dynamic Language VMs Through a Tracing JIT|
|Techniques and Applications for Guest-Language Safepoints|
Benoit DalozeJohannes Kepler University, Chris SeatonOracle Labs / University of Manchester, Daniele BonettaOracle Labs, Hanspeter MössenböckJohannes Kepler University LinzPre-print
Call for Papers
Topics of interest for ICOOOLPS include, but are not limited to:
- implementation of fundamental OO and OO-like features (e.g. inheritance, parametric types, memory management, objects, prototypes),
- runtime systems (e.g. compilers, linkers, virtual machines, garbage collectors),
- optimizations (e.g. static or dynamic analyses, adaptive virtual machines),
- resource constraints (e.g. time for real-time systems, space or low-power for embedded systems) and relevant choices and tradeoffs (e.g. constant time vs. non-constant time mechanisms,
- separate compilation vs. global compilation,
- dynamic loading vs. global linking, dynamic checking vs. proof-carrying code…).
ICOOOLPS is not a mini-conference; it is a workshop designed to facilitate discussion and the exchange of ideas between peers. ICOOOLPS therefore welcomes both position (1—4 pages) and research (max. 10 pages) papers.
Position papers should outline interesting or unconventional ideas, which need not be fully fleshed out.
Research papers are expected to contain more complete ideas, but these need not necessarily be fully complete as with a traditional conference.
Authors will be given the option to publish their papers (short or long) in the ACM Digital Library if they wish.
Submissions must be written in English, formatted according to ACM SIGPLAN Proceedings style. Please submit via the EasyChair submission site.