International Conference on Developments in Language Theory

International Conference on Developments in Language Theory
International Conference on Developments in Language Theory
Abbreviation DLT
Discipline Formal languages
Publication details
Publisher Springer LNCS (International)
History 1993–
Frequency annual (since 2001)

DLT, the International Conference on Developments in Language Theory is an academic conference in the field of computer science held annually under the auspices of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science. Like most theoretical computer science conferences its contributions are strongly peer-reviewed; the articles appear in proceedings published in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Extended versions of selected papers of each year's conference appear in international journals, such as Theoretical Computer Science and International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science.

Contents

Topics of the conference

Typical topics include:

  • grammars, acceptors and transducers for words, trees and graphs
  • algebraic theories of automata
  • algorithmic, combinatorial and algebraic properties of words and languages
  • variable length codes
  • symbolic dynamics
  • cellular automata
  • polyominoes and multidimensional patterns
  • decidability questions
  • image manipulation and compression
  • efficient text algorithms
  • relationships between formal language theory and cryptography, concurrency, complexity theory and logic
  • bio-inspired computing and quantum computing

Recent History of the Conference

  • 17th DLT 2013 will be held in Marne-la-Vallée, France.
  • 16th DLT 2012 will be held in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 15th DLT 2011 in Milan, Italy.
  • 14th DLT 2010 in London (Ontario), Canada.
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science, announced (as of September 2010)
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 22(2), February 2011
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 21(4), August 2010
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 19(3), June 2008
Special Issue: Theoretical Computer Science 376(1-2), May 2007
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 17(3), June 2006
Special Issue: International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science 16(4), August 2005

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