Rewriting Techniques and Applications: 14th International Conference, RTA 2003, Valencia, Spain, June 9-11, 2003, Proceedings, Volume 14

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Robert Nieuwenhuis
Springer Science & Business Media, May 27, 2003 - Computers - 514 pages
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This volume contains the proceedings of the14thInternationalConferenceon RewritingTechniquesandApplications (RTA2003). It was held June 9-11, 2003 in Valencia, Spain, as part of RDP, theFederatedConferenceonRewriting,- ductionandProgramming, together with the International Conference on Typed Lambda Calculi and Applications (TLCA2003), the International Workshop on First-order Theorem Proving (FTP2003), the annual meeting of the IFIP Working Group 1.6 on Term Rewriting, the International Workshop on Rule- Based Programming (RULE2003), the International Workshop on Uni'cation (UNIF2003), the International Workshop on Functional and (Constraint) Logic Programming (WFLP2003), the International Workshop on Reduction Stra- gies in Rewriting and Programming (WRS2003), and the International Wo- shop on Termination (WST2003). RTA is the major forum for the presentation of research on all aspects of rewr- ing. Previous RTA conferences were held in Dijon (1985), Bordeaux (1987), Chapel Hill (1989), Como (1991), Montreal (1993), Kaiserslautern (1995), New Brunswick, NJ (1996), Sitges, Barcelona (1997), Tsukuba (1998), Trento (1999), Norwich (2000), Utrecht (2001), and Copenhagen (2002). This year, there were 61 submissions of which 57 regular research papers and 4 system descriptions, with authors from institutions in France (19.6 authors of submitted papers, of which 11.3 were accepted), USA (6.5 of 9), UK (3.5 of 4.5), Japan(3of6),Germany(2.5 of 4),TheNetherlands(2.2 of 5.2),Spain(1.5 of 4), Austria (1 of 1), Israel (0.5 of 2.5), Portugal (0 of 1), Algeria (0 of 1), Denmark (0 of 1), Canada (0 of 1), Brazil (0 of 0.6), and Poland (0 of 0.5).

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