Bx 2019 Call for Participation

by Hsiang-Shang Ko, April 24, 2019

* Invited speaker: Zack Ives on Views, Update Propagation, and Provenance
* Registration information (early deadline: May 4)
* List of accepted papers and talks

General Information

  • 8th International Workshop on Bidirectional Transformations
  • http://bx-community.wikidot.com/bx2019:home
  • June 4, 2019, Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
  • as part of the Philadelphia Logic Week (PLW) 2019: https://sites.sju.edu/plw/

Bidirectional transformations (bx) are a mechanism for maintaining the consistency of at least two related sources of information. Such sources can be relational databases, software models and code, or any other document following standard or ad hoc formats. Bx are an emerging topic in a wide range of research areas, with prominent presence at top conferences in several different fields (namely databases, programming languages, software engineering, and graph transformation), but with results in one field often getting limited exposure in the others. Bx 2019 is a dedicated venue for bx in all relevant fields, and is part of a workshop series that was created in order to promote cross-disciplinary research and awareness in the area. As such, since its beginning in 2012, the workshop has rotated between venues in different fields.

Bx 2019 will be a part of Philadelphia Logic Week (PLW) 2019, which also includes conference and workshops on logic, provenance, and databases, topics that we hope will complement Bx and help build engagement with these communities.

Registration

  • https://sites.sju.edu/plw/plw-2019-registration/
  • Early registration deadline: May 4
  • Passes available for attending multiple co-located events, including LPNMR (Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning) and workshops, Datalog 2.0 (Resurgence of Datalog in Academia and Industry), and TaPP (Theory and Practice of Provenance)
  • Opportunities for students to receive financial support from the LPNMR Doctoral Consortium

Invited Talk

Accepted Papers and Talks

The abstracts can be found at http://bx-community.wikidot.com/bx2019:accepted .

  • ASN.1 Encoding Schemes Done Right Using CMPCT
    Mark Tullsen (Galois, Inc.)
  • Lenses and Learners
    Brendan Fong (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Michael Johnson (Macquarie University)
  • Multicategories of Multiary Lenses
    Michael Johnson (Macquarie University) and Robert Rosebrugh (Mount Allison University)
  • Incremental Bidirectional Model Transformation with eMoflon::IBeX (Tool Paper)
    Nils Weidmann (Paderborn University), Anthony Anjorin (Paderborn University), Lars Fritsche (TU Darmstadt), Gergely Varró, Andy Schürr (TU Darmstadt), and Erhan Leblebici (TU Darmstadt)
  • A Bidirectional Krivine Machine (Short Paper)
    Mikael Mayer (University of Chicago) and Ravi Chugh (University of Chicago)
  • Consistent Runtime Adaptation of User Interfaces (Short Paper)
    Anthony Anjorin (Paderborn University), Enes Yigitbas (Paderborn University), and Hermann Kaindl (Vienna University of Technology)
  • Symmetric d-Lenses and Symmetric c-Lenses are not Coextensive (Short Paper)
    Michael Johnson (Macquarie University) and François Renaud (Université Catholique de Louvain)
  • A Toolbox of Lenses: Dimensions of the Lens Design Space (Talk)
    Zinovy Diskin (McMaster University)
  • Expanding the Power of Lens Synthesis (Talk)
    Anders Miltner (Princeton University), Solomon Maina (University of Pennsylvania), Kathleen Fisher (Tufts University), Benjamin Pierce (University of Pennsylvania), David Walker (Princeton University), and Steve Zdancewic (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Optics and Type Equivalences (Talk)
    Jacques Carette (McMaster University) and Amr Sabry (Indiana University Bloomington)
  • Reified Correspondences: A New Component of the Multiary Delta Lenses Framework (Talk)
    Zinovy Diskin (McMaster University)