7th International Workshop on Confluence
July 7th 2018, Oxford, United Kingdom
Part of FSCD 2018
- August/September 2017: Created website.
Confluence provides a general notion of determinism and has been conceived as one of the central properties of rewriting systems. Confluence relates to many topics of rewriting (completion, modularity, termination, commutation, etc.) and has been investigated in many formalisms of rewriting, such as first-order rewriting, lambda-calculi, higher-order rewriting, constraint rewriting, conditional rewriting, and so on. Recently there is a renewed interest in confluence research, resulting in new techniques, tool support, confluence competition, and certification as well as in new applications. The scope of the workshop is all these aspects of confluence and related topics.
The goal of the workshop is to provide a forum for researchers interested in the topic of confluence to exchange and share new developments in the field. The workshop will enable discussion on theoretical results, new problems, applications, implementations and benchmarks, and share the current state-of-the-art on the development of confluence tools.
- confluence and related properties (unique normal forms, commutation, ground confluence)
- critical pair criteria
- decidability issues
- complexity issues
- system descriptions
- applications of confluence
Important Dates (tentative)
- Sunday, April 15th, 2018
- Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
- final version
- Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
- Saturday, July 7th, 2018
(deadlines are AoE)
We solicit short papers or extended abstracts of at most five pages. There will be no formal reviewing. In particular, we welcome short versions of recently published articles and papers submitted elsewhere. The program committee checks relevance and may provide additional feedback. The accepted papers will be made available electronically before the workshop.
The page limit for papers is 5 pages in EasyChair style. Short papers or extended abstracts must be submitted electronically through
- Bertram Felgenhauer (University of Innsbruck), co-chair
- Jakob Grue Simonsen (University of Copenhagen), co-chair