The past few years have seen an explosion of interest in programming languages, systems, and hardware to support transactions,
speculation, and related alternatives to classical lock-based concurrency. This workshop, the third in its series, will provide
a forum for the presentation of research on all aspects of transactional computing. The scope of the workshop is intentionally broad,
with the goal of encouraging interaction across the languages, architecture, systems, database, and theory communities. Papers may
address implementation techniques, foundational results, applications and workloads, or experience with working systems. Environments
of interest include the full range from multithreaded or multicore processors to high-end parallel computing. Experience reports are also
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||November 30, 2007 (23:59 PST)
||January 21, 2008
|Final copy due:
||February 11, 2008
||February 23, 2008
Papers must be submitted in Postscript or PDF format through the
on-line submission site.