Postproceedings for CCC’2014 – Call for Submissions – Extended Deadline!

After a further year of successful work in the EU-IRSES project COMPUTAL and an excellent conference in Ljubljana (Slovenia) in September this year, we are planning to publish a collection of papers dedicated to the meeting and the project in the

JOURNAL OF LOGIC AND ANALYSIS


The issue should reflect progress made in Computable Analysis and related areas, not only work in the project.

Submissions are welcome from all scientists and should be on topics in the spectrum from logic to algorithms including, but not limited to,

  •  Computable analysis
  •  Complexity of real number computations
  •  Computing with continuous data
  •  Domain theory and analysis
  •  Randomness and computable measure theory
  •  Models of computation with real numbers
  •  Realizability theory and analysis
  •  Reverse analysis
  •  Exact real number computation
  •  Program extraction in analysis.

Editors

Andrej Bauer (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Ulrich Berger (Swansea, UK)
Willem Fouché (Pretoria, South Africa)
Dieter Spreen (Siegen, Germany & Pretoria, South Africa)
Hideki Tsuiki (Kyoto, Japan)
Martin Ziegler (Darmstadt, Germany)

Deadline for submissions:
31 January 2015 28 February 2015

Please prepare your manuscript using the JLA class file jlogana.cls and the bibliography style file jloganal.bst which can be downloaded from

 http://logicandanalysis.org/latex/latexinstructions.html

For submissions go to the JLA webpage

http://logicandanalysis.org/index.php/jla/information/authors

and follow the instructions given there. In addition, important,

  • When submitting to JLA, write CCC2014 POSTPROCEEDINGS in the Comments-for-the-Editor box.
  • Send a separate copy of your submission to spreen@math.uni-siegen.de
  • And, if appropriate, identify one or more members of the Issue Editors mentioned above whose interests are closest to the subject matter of the paper in the mail.

Best regards,

Andrej Bauer
Ulrich Berger
Willem Fouché
Dieter Spreen
Hideki Tsuiki
Martin Ziegler

Postproceedings for CCC’2013 – Call for Submissions

After a year of successful work in the EU-IRSES project Computal and an excellent conference in Gregynog (Wales) in June this year, we are planning to publish a special issue of

Mathematical Structures in Computer Science

dedicated to the meeting and the project.

The special issue should reflect progress made in Computable Analysis and related areas, not only our work in the project.

Submissions are welcome from all scientists working in fields like

  • Computable analysis
  • Complexity of real number computations
  • Computing with continuous data
  • Domain theory and analysis
  • Randomness and computable measure theory
  • Models of computation with real numbers
  • Realizability theory and analysis
  • Reverse analysis
  • Exact real number computation
  • Program extraction in analysis.

Editors:

Hajime Ishihara (JAIST, Japan)
Margarita Korovina (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Arno Pauly (Cambridge, UK)
Monika Seisenberger (Swansea, UK)
Dieter Spreen (Siegen, Germany, and Pretoria, South Africa)

Deadline for abstracts:

  • 31 January 2014

Deadline for full papers:

  • 28 February 2014

Submission:

Best regards,

Hajime Ishihara
Margarita Korovina
Arno Pauly
Monika Seisenberger
Dieter Spreen

New iRRAM version

Dear all! After many years, a new version (iRRAM_2013_01) of the iRRAM software can be downloaded from irram.uni-trier.de. As the last official version is already five years old, the number of changes is quite large (but most of them are invisible to you). The visible changes include an improved and simplified way of compilation and installation as well as the possibility to write multi-threaded programs (i.e. we are on the way of doing things in parallel…). If you want to know more, please come to the conference in Gregynog, 27-30, June 2013, where I will give you a tutorial!

The day after…

The 2nd CCC conference is over. As a farewell we had a delicious BBQ, where even the weather was perfect. What a pity that a few of the participants had to return home early and so missed this event!

Many thanks go to all the participants for coming to Trier. I hope you enjoyed your stay.

Additional thanks go to all the speakers: All of you gave us very interesting and inspiring talks!

I already look forward to meeting you again!

Norbert