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The formal specification language LFC was designed to support formal specification acquisition. However, it is yet suited to be used as a meta-language for specifying programming language processing. This paper introduces LFC as a meta-language, and compares it with ASF+SDF, an algebraic...
Compilers are critical for embedded systems and high performance computing. A compiler infrastructure provides an infrastructure for rapid development of high quality compilers. Based on main components of compiler infrastructures, this paper reviews representative compiler infrastructure...
Both GCC and Zephyr are representative complier infrastructures. The paper explores the basic questions that need to be resolved to develop compilers for the support of multiple source languages and targets analyses and compares their architectures and key retargetable cross compilation...
The present article specifies revision 2.1 of SXML. SXML is an abstract syntax tree of an XML document. SXML is also a concrete representation of the XML Infoset in the form of S-expressions. The generic tree structure of SXML lends itself to a compact library of combinators for querying and...
Today's many software projects are based on integration of independently designed software components that are acquired on the market, rather than developed within the projects as a whole. Such a component-based development is an architectural design that permits flexible composition of...
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