Modern computer systems are often loosely coupled compositions of heterogeneous components. An important part of modern programming is the art, science, and engineering of interconnecting disparate code components to offer larger services in a reliable and scalable manner. The goal of this workshop is to facilitate an ongoing discussion, and advance the state of the art of interconnecting code.
Call for Extended Abstracts and Short Position Papers
Many have developed new languages, platforms, middleware and the like with some specific application in mind; however, such systems may not be able to interconnect very well, because they have disharmonious models/interfaces/incompatible languages. But in the real world, interconnecting such systems is going to happen whether or not we like it – or designed for it. This workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss how such interconnections can happen. Some of the topics/keywords could be, among others, the following:
- Glue code
- Cross-language interfaces
- Interface Description Languages
- Cross-platform interactions
- Multi-model systems
- Middleware support for heterogeneous programming models
Submission deadline: December 14th, 2018, Notification by February 15th, 2019.