Third Stratego Users Day

Stratego -- Strategies for Program Transformation
Utrecht University, Friday May 3, 2002

Stratego is a language for program transformation based on the paradigm of rewriting strategies. The language is being used in a growing number of projects. To bring together designers and users, the Third Stratego Users Day will be held at Utrecht University on Friday, May 3, 2002.

The slides from the presentations are available below. The ThirdSudReport summarizes the day.

Final Program

Opening (10:00)

New Features (10:20 - 11:00) Chair: Karina Olmos

Library (11:20 - 12:20) Chair: Merijn de Jonge

Optimization (14:00 - 15:15) Chair: Joost Visser

Transforming Functional Programs (15:30 - 16:30) Chair: Eelco Dolstra

  • Partial Evaluation (slides)
    -- Lennart Swart

Closing (16:45 - 17:30)

  • Discussion: Future of Stratego
    -- Moderated by Joost Visser

Dinner (18:00)

Call for Contributions (expired)

A regular contribution consists of a 20 to 30 minute talk accompanied by a paper describing mature work. Also welcome are shorter talks that describe ongoing projects, plans for future work, or desired features. Such contributions should be accompanied by a short (position) paper.

To make a contribution to the Stratego Users Day submit a title and short description before April 1, but preferably sooner. An extended abstract in PDF of at most 15 pages (standard LaTeX article style, a4paper) should be submitted before April 15. The proceedings will be published as an Utrecht University technical report.

If you are interested in participating or if you have questions about the appropriateness of a contribution contact EelcoVisser < >.

Contribution of a paper is not a requirement for participation. Novice users are very welcome.


Topics of the day include, but are not limited to

  • Stratego standard library?
    • Organization of the library

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