[CfP SASO'2015] 21-25 September 2015 - Boston Massachusetts

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The Ninth IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and 
Self-Organizing Systems
(SASO 2015)

Boston Massachusetts; 21-25 September 2015
https://saso2015.mit.edu/
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Part of FAS* - Foundation and Applications of Self* Computing Conferences
Collocated with:
The International Conference on Cloud and Autonomic Computing (CAC 2015)
The 15th IEEE Peer-to-Peer Computing Conference (P2P 2015)

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   Aims and Scope
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The aim of the Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing systems conference 
series (SASO) is to provide a forum for the foundations of a principled 
approach to engineering
systems, networks and services based on self-adaptation and 
self-organization. The complexity of current and emerging networks, 
software and services, especially
in dealing with dynamics in the environment and problem domain, has led 
the software engineering, distributed systems and management communities 
to look for
inspiration in diverse fields (e.g., complex systems, control theory, 
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Tobias Pape | 11 Feb 12:05 2015
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Fwd: CfP: 7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming

[On behalf of Robert Hirschfeld, I'm forwarding this CfP, -Tobias]

Call for Papers
7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming
co-located with ECOOP 2015
July 5, 2015
Prague, Czech Republic

Context information plays an increasingly important role in our
information-centric world. Software systems must adapt to changing
contexts over time, and must change even while they are running.
Unfortunately, mainstream programming languages and development
environments do not support this kind of dynamic change very well,
leading developers to implement complex designs to anticipate various
dimensions of variability. Starting from this observation,
Context-Oriented Programming (COP) has emerged as a solution to
directly support variability depending on a wide range of dynamic
attributes, making it possible to dispatch run-time behaviour on any
property of the execution context.

The goal of the 7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented
Programming (COP’15) is to further establish context orientation as a
common thread to language design, application development, and system
support. Several researchers are working on Context-Oriented
Programming and related ideas, and implementations ranging from
prototypes to mature platform extensions used in commercial
deployments have illustrated how multi-dimensional dispatch can indeed
be supported effectively to achieve expressive run-time behavioural
variations.

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Tobias Pape | 11 Feb 12:03 2015
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Fwd: CfP: 7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming

[On behalf of Robert Hirschfeld, I'm forwarding this CfP, -Tobias]

Call for Papers
7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented Programming
co-located with ECOOP 2015
July 5, 2015
Prague, Czech Republic

Context information plays an increasingly important role in our
information-centric world. Software systems must adapt to changing
contexts over time, and must change even while they are running.
Unfortunately, mainstream programming languages and development
environments do not support this kind of dynamic change very well,
leading developers to implement complex designs to anticipate various
dimensions of variability. Starting from this observation,
Context-Oriented Programming (COP) has emerged as a solution to
directly support variability depending on a wide range of dynamic
attributes, making it possible to dispatch run-time behaviour on any
property of the execution context.

The goal of the 7th International Workshop on Context-Oriented
Programming (COP’15) is to further establish context orientation as a
common thread to language design, application development, and system
support. Several researchers are working on Context-Oriented
Programming and related ideas, and implementations ranging from
prototypes to mature platform extensions used in commercial
deployments have illustrated how multi-dimensional dispatch can indeed
be supported effectively to achieve expressive run-time behavioural
variations.

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Dan Melchione | 24 Nov 04:36 2014

Final STEP progress report abandoned?

Over another year gone by. Any new update?

On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Dan Melchione <dm.fonc <at> melchione.com> wrote:
Haven't seen much regarding this for a while.  Has it been been abandoned or put at such low priority that it is effectively abandoned?

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<div dir="ltr">Haven't seen much regarding this for a while.&nbsp; Has it been been abandoned or put at such low priority that it is effectively abandoned?</div>
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Kurt Stephens | 29 Oct 07:55 2014

Piumarta and Warth’s Open Objects in Scheme

Something I threw together.  :)

http://devdriven.com/2014/10/piumarta-and-warths-open-objects-in-scheme/

-- KAS
Constantine Plotnikov | 7 Oct 22:42 2014
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Re: Unsolved problem in computer science? Fixing shortcuts.

There are two assumptions that do not generally hold.
1) Both sides of links are always available at the same time (not true in case of NFS that is often symlinked). Just consider the case of notebook taken home and file system change in mean time.
2) There is a permission to change file system on the destination of the link (not true in the case of readonly remote file systems and DVDs).
3) Also, why the server file system should absorb additional cost for the each client? Is not it a hole to DoS it?

Best Regards,
Constantine Plotnikov

On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 8:41 PM, Casey Ransberger <casey.obrien.r-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Context below, sorry about the top-post (stupid "smartphone.")

I think I remember that in Xanadu, links are two-way streets. When you "move" the link, I can only assume that both of those pointing devices would need to be updated.

I'm not sure how it works though. Is there a central authority involved, can it be distributed, etc? It's hard to visualize a two-way link because I have spent my entire life living in flatland. I even mix up which plane is blue and which is pink sometimes:)

The gist I got was that the two-way link concept was a powerful idea which could be applied to more problems than just "pages" (the mere use of the term is liable to give Ted a headache. Flat paper metaphors and such.) I wouldn't be shocked if a good implementation couldn't be done using a "vigilant" doubly-linked list (i.e. an object which cares about provenance and has a means of vetting it, like perhaps a touch of public key encryption.) Think of all the talk on this list about publish/subscribe as an object model, pattern directed invocation and such, and then try to imagine all of the ways a two-way link or "shortcut" might outclass the usual (and fragile-as-glass) one-way link.

BCC Ted Nelson on the off chance that he might like to help us visualize the two-way link idea. (Ted, let me know if I shouldn't forward messages like this to you. Seems like giving some researchers a view into some of your ideas should help you on your way to realizing them. Then again, the road to hell is paved with... irritating people forwarding messages with good intentions.)

Cheers,

--Casey Ransberger

> On Oct 5, 2014, at 5:52 AM, John Carlson <yottzumm-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
>
> To put the problem in entirely file system terminology, What happens to a folder with shortcuts into it when you move the folder?   How does one automatically repoint the shortcuts?  Has this problem been solved in computer science?   On linux, the shortcuts would be symbolic links.
>
> I had a dream about smallstar when I was thinking about this.  The author was essentially asking me how to fix it.  He was showing me a hierarchy, then he moved part of the hierarchy into a subfolder and asked me how to automate it--especially the links to the original hierarchy.
>
> In language terms, this would be equivalent of refactoring a class which gets dropped down into an inner class.  This might be solved.  I'm not sure.
>
> This would be a great problem to solve on the web as well...does Xanadu do this?
>
> I think the solution is to maintain non-persistent nodes which are computed at access time, but I'm not entirely clear.
>
> I have no idea why I am posting this to cap-talk.   There may be some capability issues that I haven't thought of yet.  Or perhaps the capability folks have already solved this.
>
> For your consideration,
>
> John Carlson
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<div dir="ltr">There are two assumptions that do not generally hold.<div>1) Both sides of links are always available at the same time (not true in case of NFS that is often symlinked). Just consider the case of notebook taken home and file system change in mean time.<br>
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<div>2) There is a permission to change file system on the destination of the link (not true in the case of readonly remote file systems and DVDs).<br>
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<div>3) Also, why the server file system should absorb additional cost for the each client? Is not it a hole to DoS it?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>Best Regards,</div>
<div>Constantine Plotnikov</div>
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<br><div class="gmail_quote">On Tue, Oct 7, 2014 at 8:41 PM, Casey Ransberger <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:casey.obrien.r@..." target="_blank">casey.obrien.r@...</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote">Context below, sorry about the top-post (stupid "smartphone.")<br><br>
I think I remember that in Xanadu, links are two-way streets. When you "move" the link, I can only assume that both of those pointing devices would need to be updated.<br><br>
I'm not sure how it works though. Is there a central authority involved, can it be distributed, etc? It's hard to visualize a two-way link because I have spent my entire life living in flatland. I even mix up which plane is blue and which is pink sometimes:)<br><br>
The gist I got was that the two-way link concept was a powerful idea which could be applied to more problems than just "pages" (the mere use of the term is liable to give Ted a headache. Flat paper metaphors and such.) I wouldn't be shocked if a good implementation couldn't be done using a "vigilant" doubly-linked list (i.e. an object which cares about provenance and has a means of vetting it, like perhaps a touch of public key encryption.) Think of all the talk on this list about publish/subscribe as an object model, pattern directed invocation and such, and then try to imagine all of the ways a two-way link or "shortcut" might outclass the usual (and fragile-as-glass) one-way link.<br><br>
BCC Ted Nelson on the off chance that he might like to help us visualize the two-way link idea. (Ted, let me know if I shouldn't forward messages like this to you. Seems like giving some researchers a view into some of your ideas should help you on your way to realizing them. Then again, the road to hell is paved with... irritating people forwarding messages with good intentions.)<br><br>
Cheers,<br><br>
--Casey Ransberger<br><div class="HOEnZb"><div class="h5">
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&gt; On Oct 5, 2014, at 5:52 AM, John Carlson &lt;<a href="mailto:yottzumm <at> gmail.com">yottzumm@...</a>&gt; wrote:<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; To put the problem in entirely file system terminology, What happens to a folder with shortcuts into it when you move the folder?&nbsp; &nbsp;How does one automatically repoint the shortcuts?&nbsp; Has this problem been solved in computer science?&nbsp; &nbsp;On linux, the shortcuts would be symbolic links.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I had a dream about smallstar when I was thinking about this.&nbsp; The author was essentially asking me how to fix it.&nbsp; He was showing me a hierarchy, then he moved part of the hierarchy into a subfolder and asked me how to automate it--especially the links to the original hierarchy.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; In language terms, this would be equivalent of refactoring a class which gets dropped down into an inner class.&nbsp; This might be solved.&nbsp; I'm not sure.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; This would be a great problem to solve on the web as well...does Xanadu do this?<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I think the solution is to maintain non-persistent nodes which are computed at access time, but I'm not entirely clear.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I have no idea why I am posting this to cap-talk.&nbsp; &nbsp;There may be some capability issues that I haven't thought of yet.&nbsp; Or perhaps the capability folks have already solved this.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; For your consideration,<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; John Carlson<br>
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John Carlson | 6 Oct 01:00 2014
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Unsolved problem solved in mac os x

This Mac OSX feature sounds exactly what I am looking for.   Thanks!

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Subject: Re: [fonc] Unsolved problem in computer science? Fixing shortcuts.

Thought this was solved with two-way binding - bidirectional links so that a pointer gets updated whenever the linked element moves.  Or as in OS X Finder's Aliases (vs Sym/Hard Links) keeping in the link file file both the higher- and lower-level addresses (the resource name and its inode number). When a followed Alias mismatches its target name, a search for the univocal inode gets triggered.

JD Paley

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<p dir="ltr">This Mac OSX feature sounds exactly what I am looking for.&nbsp;&nbsp; Thanks!</p>
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<span>Subject:&nbsp;Re: [fonc] Unsolved problem in computer science? Fixing shortcuts.</span><div>
<br><div dir="ltr">Thought this was solved with two-way binding - bidirectional links so that a pointer gets updated whenever the linked element moves.&nbsp; Or as in OS X Finder's Aliases (vs Sym/Hard Links) keeping in the link file file both the higher- and lower-level addresses (the resource name and its inode number). When a followed Alias mismatches its target name, a search for the univocal inode gets triggered.</div>
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<br>JD Paley<br><div><br></div>
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John Carlson | 5 Oct 14:52 2014
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Unsolved problem in computer science? Fixing shortcuts.

To put the problem in entirely file system terminology, What happens to a folder with shortcuts into it when you move the folder?   How does one automatically repoint the shortcuts?  Has this problem been solved in computer science?   On linux, the shortcuts would be symbolic links.

I had a dream about smallstar when I was thinking about this.  The author was essentially asking me how to fix it.  He was showing me a hierarchy, then he moved part of the hierarchy into a subfolder and asked me how to automate it--especially the links to the original hierarchy.

In language terms, this would be equivalent of refactoring a class which gets dropped down into an inner class.  This might be solved.  I'm not sure.

This would be a great problem to solve on the web as well...does Xanadu do this?

I think the solution is to maintain non-persistent nodes which are computed at access time, but I'm not entirely clear.

I have no idea why I am posting this to cap-talk.   There may be some capability issues that I haven't thought of yet.  Or perhaps the capability folks have already solved this.

For your consideration,

John Carlson
<div><div dir="ltr">To put the problem in entirely file system terminology, What happens to a folder with shortcuts into it when you move the folder? &nbsp; How does one automatically repoint the shortcuts?&nbsp; Has this problem been solved in computer science? &nbsp; On linux, the shortcuts would be symbolic links.<br><div><br></div>
<div>I had a dream about smallstar when I was thinking about this.&nbsp; The author was essentially asking me how to fix it.&nbsp; He was showing me a hierarchy, then he moved part of the hierarchy into a subfolder and asked me how to automate it--especially the links to the original hierarchy.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>In language terms, this would be equivalent of refactoring a class which gets dropped down into an inner class.&nbsp; This might be solved.&nbsp; I'm not sure.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>This would be a great problem to solve on the web as well...does Xanadu do this?</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I think the solution is to maintain non-persistent nodes which are computed at access time, but I'm not entirely clear.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>I have no idea why I am posting this to cap-talk. &nbsp; There may be some capability issues that I haven't thought of yet.&nbsp; Or perhaps the capability folks have already solved this.</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>For your consideration,</div>
<div><br></div>
<div>John Carlson</div>
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Leo Richard Comerford | 1 Oct 04:44 2014
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retro-B5500 Burroughs B5500 emulator announces version 1.0

The announcement is at
http://retro-b5500.blogspot.ie/2014/09/one-point-oh.html , the website
is http://retro-b5500.blogspot.ie/ . (I have no connection with this
work, just mentioning it on the list.)

Leo.
David Barbour | 27 Sep 16:29 2014
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Programming Language Theory Stack Exchange

A proposed stack exchange for programming language theory has reached commitment phase. It needs two hundred people. If you're interested in PL, please participate:

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John Carlson | 25 Sep 14:15 2014
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