This Special Issue on Confluence aims to publish recent advances presented at, but not restricted to leading conferences and workshops such as IWC (collocated with FSCD in recent editions: FLoC 2018, FSCD 2019, Paris Nord Summer of LoVe 2020). Submissions of papers related to aspects of confluence such as commutation, ground confluence, nominal confluence, completion, CP criteria, decidability, complexity, system and tool descriptions, certification, and applications of confluence, are welcome. All submissions will pass a thorough and rigorous reviewing process, according to the standards of MSCS. The reviewing process of each paper will start as soon as it is submitted, and accepted papers will undergo production before being published online in MSCS.
When submitting your paper please select the Special Issue on "Confluence" from the drop-down list on the ScholarOne system, as this is the only way the papers can be correctly tagged for this special issue.
Mauricio Ayala-Rincón, Universidade de Brasília
Deadline: 30 April 2021