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Techn. Univ. Vienna



July 16-21, 2001


The 5th Conference on Developments in Language Theory will take place at the Technische Universität Wien. Papers presenting original contributions in any area of language and automata theory are being sought. Simultaneous submissions of papers to any other conference that has proceedings are not allowed.

Topics of interest are (but are not limited to): grammars and acceptors for strings, graphs, arrays, etc.; efficient algorithms for languages; combinatorial and algebraic properties of languages; decision problems; relations to complexity theory, logic, picture description and analysis, DNA computing, cryptography, concurrency.

Program Committee: Christian Choffrut (Paris), Jürgen Dassow (Magdeburg), Masami Ito (Kyoto), Werner Kuich (Wien, chairman), Giancarlo Mauri (Milano), Gheorghe Paun (Bucuresti), Grzegorz Rozenberg (Leiden), Arto Salomaa (Turku), Wolfgang Thomas (Aachen).

Submissions. Authors are invited to submit their paper (in English; up to 12 pages; if appropriate, proofs should be attached in an appendix) using the DLT submission webpage

Accepted papers will be published in the preproceedings. Copies of the preproceedings will be distributed at the conference.

Conference Proceedings will be published by Springer - Verlag in the series "Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences".

Invited Speakers: Christian Calude (Auckland), Christian Choffrut (Paris), Zoltán Ésik (Szeged), Georg Gottlob (Wien), Tero Harju (Turku), Masami Ito (Kyoto), Helmut Prodinger (Johannesburg), Alexander Razborov (Moskwa), Antonio Restivo (Palermo), Wolfgang Thomas (Aachen).
Special guest: Hermann Maurer (Graz).

Organizing Committee: Rudolf Freund, Werner Kuich (chairman), Christiane Nikoll, Margarethe Soukup, Friedrich Urbanek.

Location. The lectures will take place at the Technische Universität Wien, which is located in the City of Wien. Accomodation is available in hotels and dormitories nearby.

WIEN - VIENNA - VIENNE - VIENA - BEHA. Wien, in the heart of Central Europe, is an old city whose historical rôle as the capital of a great empire and the residence of the Habsburgs is reflected in its architectural monuments, its famous art collections and its cultural life, in which music has always played an important part.

Important dates.
Deadline for submission:     March 18, 2001
Acceptance notification: May 28, 2001
Final version of the paper: June 20, 2001

Conference Address.
Prof. Werner Kuich
Institut für Algebra und Computermathematik  email: kuich@tuwien.ac.at
Technische Universität Wien Tel.: ++43 1 58801 11820
Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10 Fax: ++43 1 58801 11892
A-1040 WienHomepage: www.logic.at/dlt2001

Last update: February, 28th 2000, 22:00 (MS)