One of the main areas of research in logic programming is the design
and implementation of sequential and parallel (constraint) logic programming
systems. This research goes broadly from the design and specification of
novel implementation technology to its actual evaluation in real life situations.
In the continuation of the series of workshops on Implementations of Logic
Programming Systems, previously held in Budapest (1993), Ithaca (1994),
Portland (1995), and Bonn (1996), the ILPS'97 workshop Parallelism and
Implementation Technology for (Constraint) Logic Programming Languages
will provide a forum for ongoing research on the design and implementation
of sequential and parallel logic programming systems.
The workshop will be held in conjunction with the 1997 International Logic Programming Symposium, which will take place in Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY, from October 12 to October 17 1997.
The Workshop will also include the 1997 Compulog Implementation and Parallelism Area Meeting.
Copies of the general Call for Papers may be downloaded in Postscript.
More detail of the requirements of the conference may be obtained from
the conference pages.