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By Joxan Jaffar (auth.), Wei-Ngan Chin (eds.)

On behalf of the organizing committee i need to welcome you all to the second one Asian Symposium on Programming Languages and platforms (APLAS 2004) held in Taipei on November 4–6, 2004. because the 12 months 2000, researchers within the zone of programming languages and structures were assembly every year in Asia to offer their newest examine effects, therefore contributing to the advancementofthisresearcharea.ThelastfourmeetingswereheldinSingapore (2000), Daejeon (2001), Shanghai (2002), and Beijing (2003). those conferences have been very fruitful and supplied an outstanding venue for the trade of study principles, ?ndings and reports in programming languages and platforms. APLAS 2004 is the ?fth such assembly and the second in symposium environment. The ?rst symposium used to be held in Beijing final 12 months. The luck of the APLAS sequence is the collective results of many people’s contributions.ForAPLAS2004,?rstIwouldliketothankallthemembersofthe software Committee, specifically this system Chair Wei-Ngan Chin, for his or her hardworkinputtingtogetheranexcellentprogram.Iammostgratefultoinvited audio system, Joxan Ja?ar, Frank Pfenning, and Martin Odersky, who've traveled far to convey their speeches at APLAS 2004. i need to thank the entire referees, who helped overview the manuscripts, the authors, who contributed to the court cases of APLAS 2004, the participants of the Organizing Committee, who made huge e?ort to prepare this occasion, and the entire contributors current at this assembly. with no your help this symposium shouldn't have been attainable. eventually i need to recognize the aid of the Asian organization for beginning of software program and Academia Sinica, Taiwan.

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