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A tool for porting database applications is presented. The tool transforms VMS/Rdb applications written in C and embedded SQL into a portable, database-independent application interface which can be directly installed on a target platform and database management system with a separate...
The understanding of object-oriented programming languages is generally based on their included features. In this understanding, these features form the underlying concepts of both the languages and the modeling processes based on the languages. Consequently, object-oriented languages are...
A different view on software complexity based on long range correlations is presented in this paper. Four different methods are proposed first and then used in the analysis of twenty FORTRAN programs. All methods being used indicate the presence of long range correlations, but every method gives...
Currently, programming systems for distributed memory machines are limited to either task parallelism or data parallelism. The mpC programming language and its programming system support both task and data parallelism, allows both static and dynamic process and communication structures, enables...
Language translation is a harder and more important problem than language recognition. In particular, programmers implement translators not recognizers. Yet too often, translation is equated with the simpler task of syntactic parsing. This misconception coupled with computing limitations of past...
I propose a novel language feature, intensional continuation equality , useful in languages with or without first-class continuations, and show how it enables truly remarkable gains in efficiency of ordinary user programs.Continuations, expressing "what the program will do from now on," are a...
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