2 edition of S/SL; Syntax/Semantic Language found in the catalog.
S/SL; Syntax/Semantic Language
R. C. Holt
by Computer Systems Research Group, University of Toronto in Toronto
Written in English
|Statement||Richard C. Holt, James R. Cordy, David B. Wortman.|
|Series||Technical report -- CSRG-118, Technical report CSRG (University of Toronto. Computer Systems Research Group) -- 118|
|Contributions||Cordy, James R., Wortman, David B., University of Toronto. Computer Systems Research Group.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.99 H648 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings). --|
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Description This book introduces students to the formal methods of specifying the syntax and semantics of S/SL; Syntax/Semantic Language book languages.
For syntax, context-free grammars (BNF) and regular expressions are covered. For semantics, the methods of algebraic semantics, denotational semantics and action semantics. SPECIFYING SYNTAX 1 GRAMMARS AND BNF 2 Context-Free Grammars 4 Context-Sensitive Grammars 8 Exercises 8 THE PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE WREN 10 Ambiguity 12 Context Constraints in Wren 13 Semantic Errors in Wren 15 Exercises 16 VARIANTS OF BNF 18 Exercises 20 ABSTRACT SYNTAX 21 Abstract Syntax Trees 21 Abstract Syntax of a Programming.
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The empirical study of word meanings and sentence meanings in existing languages is a branch of linguistics; the abstract study of meaning in relation to language or symbolic logic systems is a branch of philosophy. The Minimalist Program postulates the equation "Interfaces + Recursion = Language" - a radical reduction of the language to the core mechanism and the interfaces.
With contributions by Noam Chomsky and other experts, this volume evaluates the minimalists' proposal against evidence from syntax and semantics by asking questions like the following: What kind of recursive structures can Cited by: The Syntax/Semantic Language (S/SL) is an executable high level specification language for recursive descent parsers, semantic analyzers and code generators developed by James Cordy, Ric Holt and David Wortman at the University of Toronto in Try the new Google Books.
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