2019 Forum on specification & Design Languages (FDL)
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Welcome to the 2019 Forum on Specification and Design Languages (FDL)!
FDL is an international forum to exchange ideas, experiences and promote
new trends in the application of languages, their associated design
methods, and tools for the design of electronic systems. The three day
technical program hopes to stimulate scientific discussions within and in
between scientific topics that cover the mentioned topic areas.
We are delighted to have three keynote talks this year.
The first keynote by Prof. David Broman from the KTH Royal Institute of
Technology, Stockholm, will be on designing efficient heterogeneous
domain-specific languages and compilers. The second keynote by Stephen
A. Edwards from Columbia University, New York, will argue that language
design is LEGO Design and library design. The third keynote, by Marc
Pouzet, from École Normale Supérieure, Paris, will be on SCADE, a formal
language for embedded critical software development. In addition, FDL has
organized two tutorials; Maria Poveda and Alba Fernandez Izquierdo, both
from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, will cover integrating ontological
development with software engineering trends, and Daniela Genius from
Sorbonne Université - LIP6, Paris, will present the TTool AMS extension.
FDL received a total of 37 submissions, of which 18 (49%) were selected
for inclusion in the IEEE proceedings, consisting of 15 full papers and 3
short papers. Each of these submissions received an average of 3.8
reviews per paper by the members of the program committee. These
presentations form six sessions in addition to the three keynotes, two
tutorials, and two panels.