Exploiting Forth: Professionally, Commercially & Industrially
euroFORTH '94 was held in the Royal Hotel, Winchester, England, 4-6 November. A copy of the proceedings are available from MPE Ltd., and are to be published with the FORML'95 conference proceedings.
This was the first of the euroFORTH conferences to have a formally refereed section. The
refereed papers where presented along with the non-refereed papers and are marked here with
"(Refereed)" appearing after the reference.
Gordon Charlton has written a report of the conference.
There where five refereed papers presented:
- Compilation Techniques
- Formal Methods
- Forth and Formal Language Theory, by Jaanus Pöial (Refereed).
- Forth as an Abstract Machine, by Bill Stoddart.
- Competition & Exploration of Commercial Forth
- How to make money out of Forth, by Ben Campbell.
- Embedded Systems Debugging: The return of software, by Stephen Pelc.
- Validating Forth Source Text - A Design Concept, by Howerd Oakford.
- Rhyme, Reason and the Tao of Forth, by Lawrence P. G. Forsley.
- Embedded Applications
- Going Forth with Echelon, by Malcolm Bugler and Francis Tracey.
- A Distributed Data Acquisition and Decision Making System, by Tim Hendtlass (Refereed).
- GUI & Professional Products
- A GUI Toolkit for polyFORTH, by Elizabeth D. Rather.
- Tool interactivity for rapid GUI application development, by Gary Ellis and Roy Goddard.
- Commercial exploitation of the interactive advantage, by Roy Goddard.
EXPRESS: A Forth-based Process Control Software Product, by Elizabeth D. Rather.
- Forth Techniques
- An ANS Heap, by Gorden Charlton.
- A Library versus A Kernel, by Alan M Robertson.
- Handling source code and images in natOOF: The concept and some applications, by Markus Dahm.
- Interactive Remote Target Compilation and the PIC16CXX, by Alan M. Robertson.
- A Taste of Direct Programming, by Wolf Wejgaard.
- MURRY 2000: The Desktop SuperComputer, by Bjorn J Gruenwald and Lawrence P. Forsley.
- Stack Caching for Interpreters, by M. Anton Ertl.
- Forth and Register Transfer Language, by Graeme R. A. Dunbar and John Boyce.
- Automatic Scoping of Local Variables, by M. Anton Ertl.
- Forth and Formal Language Theory, by Jaanus Pöial.
- A Distributed Data Acquisition and Decision Making System, by Tim Hendtlass.