The Anatomy of Programming Languages This comprehensive discussion of the components of a programming language emphasises how a language is built. It covers core concepts including specification, objects, expressions, control and types with discussions of fundamentals, implementations strategies and related semantic issues. The book also focuses on current topics such as modules and...
Representation and Inference for Natural Language: A First Course in Computational Semantics
This book developed out of courses on computational semantics that
the authors jointly taught at the Department of Computational Linguistics, University of the Saarland, Saarbrucken, Germany, in 1995 and
1998, and at ESSLLI'97, the 9th European Summer School in Logic,
Language and Information, Aix-en-Provence, France, in...
Advanced Programming Language Design This book stems in part from courses taught at the University of Kentucky
and at the University of Wisconsin–Madison on programming language design.
There are many good books that deal with the subject at an undergraduate
level, but there are few that are suitable for a one-semester graduatelevel
course. This book is my...
Theoretical Introduction to Programming Including easily digested information about fundamental techniques and concepts in software construction, this book is distinct in unifying pure theory with pragmatic details. Driven by generic problems and concepts, with brief and complete illustrations from languages including C, Prolog, Java, Scheme, Haskell and HTML. This book is intended to... Building Parsers With Java Parser building is a powerful programming technique that opens a world of opportunity for designing how users interact with applications. By creating mini-languages, you can precisely address the requirements of your application development domain. Writing your own parsers empowers you to access a database more effectively than SQL to efficiently...
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