CC 2002 is concerned with recent developments in compiler construction, programming language implementation and language design. It emphasizes practical and efficient methods and tools for all phases of compilation and language paradigms. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Compilation and interpretation techniques, including parsing, type checking, static analysis, code generation and code optimization.
Run-time issues, including memory management, dynamic linking and loading, and just-in-time compilation.
Language constructs and their implementation.
Implementation of domain specific languages.
Tools for compiler construction or language support, including debuggers, profilers, code verifiers, decompilers, etc.
Nigel Horspool (University of Victoria, Canada), firstname.lastname@example.org
Patrick Cousot, ENS Paris, France