Concept of inductive programming supporting anthropomorphic information technology
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A new original approach to the formalization and implementation methods for the problem of inductive programming is described. This approach makes it possible for the first time to describe a wide range of problems within the given formalization based on examples from the implementation of problem-oriented languages to the development of applied systems with the help of these languages. Methods for passing on “procedure knowledge” that are accepted in information technologies and human communication are discussed and the concept of an “anthropomorphic information technology” is formulated. The general scheme for constructing this system based on the given technology is described. The fundamental role played by the mechanism of partial evaluation in providing the efficiency of implementation and maintenance of the extension mode for inductively specified languages is stressed. An example of inductive specification of a simple programming language and discuss the prospects of using the concept proposed is presented.
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- Concept of inductive programming supporting anthropomorphic information technology
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Volume 50, Issue 1 , pp 38-50
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- 1. National Nuclear Research University MEPHI, Kashirskoe shosse 31, Moscow, 115409, Russia