Over the last 15 years, Reflection and Metalevel Architectures have attracted the attention of researchers throughout computer science. Reflective and meta-level techniques have now matured to the point where they are being used to address real-world problems in such areas as: programming languages, operating systems, databases, software engineering, distributed computing, middleware, expert systems and web-computing. For example, reflective features such as separation of concerns and flexibility provide a "plug and play" environment for enabling the run-time modification of policies in middleware.
The main goal of this workshop is to address the issues arising in the definition and construction of reflective systems and to demonstrate their practical applications. To enable lively and productive discussions, prospective participants are requested to submit a 5-page short paper. Objective of this workshop is to favour a working dialogue between participants in order to improve their current work and to prepare the third international conference on Reflection and Metalevel Architectures (Reflection'01).
All submissions must be 5-page long and written in English. Position papers should clearly state how they relate to the workshop theme, what particular problems they address, what practical experience was conducted, and why it is relevant to this workshop.
The papers must be submitted, before 24th March 2000, by email (as postscript or pdf files) to:
All papers will be reviewed by the organizing committee. Authors will be notified of acceptance by 20th April, 2000.
Accepted papers will be made available via the web page devoted to the workshop from the 2nd May, 2000. All participants are encouraged to read the accepted papers in advance.
24th March 2000
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