Compiler Compilers

Third International Workshop, CC '90 Schwerin, FRG, October 22–24, 1990 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-53669-7 (Print) 978-3-540-46953-7 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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    Recursive ascent-descent parsers

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    Pages 11-25

    Application development with the FNC-2 attribute grammar system

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    Pages 26-41

    Compilation for instruction parallel processors

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    Pages 42-55

    A generator for production quality compilers

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    Pages 56-70

    Rie and Jun: Towards the generation of all compiler phases

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    Pages 71-85

    STARLET: An affix-based compiler compiler designed as a logic programming system

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    Pages 86-105

    PAGODE: A back end generator using attribute abstract syntaxes and term rewritings

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    Pages 106-116

    A tool box for compiler construction

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    Pages 117-131

    Tools and techniques of annotated programming

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    Pages 132-146

    A compiler with scheduling for a specialized synchronous multiprocessor system

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    Pages 147-164

    Using an LALR compiler compiler to generate incremental parsers

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    Pages 165-178

    Generating efficient code from continuation semantics

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    Pages 179-192

    Optimizing directly executable LR parsers

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    Pages 193-207

    SYS/3 — A software development tool

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    Pages 208-209

    An attributed ELL(1)-parser generator

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    Pages 210-211

    A hybrid top-down parsing technique

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    Pages 212-214

    Computer-aided building of a compiler: An example

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    Pages 215-216

    Specification and implementation of a tree-abiding interface for Ada

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    Pages 217-218

    Towards a multilingual natural language understanding interface

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    Pages 219-221

    Mixed dialogue control defined by an attribute grammar

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