1 edition of ALGOL-like languages found in the catalog.
|Statement||Peter W. O"Hearn, Robert D. Tennant, editors. Vol.2.|
|Series||Progress in Theoretical Computer Science|
|Contributions||O"Hearn, Peter W. 1963-, Tennant, Robert W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||348|
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The primary purpose of this collection is to make the most significant material on ALGoL-like languages conveniently available to graduate students and researchers. Contents Introduction to Volume 1 1 Part I Historical Background 1 Part n Basic Principles 3 Part III Language Design 5 Introduction to Volume 2 6 Part IV Functor-Category Semantics.
On ALGOL-like languages book other handl there is a considerable body of work using the continuation-passing transformation to structure compilers for the specific case of call-by-value languages such as SCHEME and ML [21 3]. ln this paperl we will describe a method of structuring the translation of ALGOL-like languages that is based on the functor-category.
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Buy Algol-like Languages (Progress in Theoretical Computer Science) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersCited by: Algol-like Languages by Peter W. O'Hearn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1). Introduction. We are concerned here with Trojan horse confidentiality attacks.
Suppose that H and L are two sets of variable names.H is the set of high-security inputs, which we wish to keep secret from the attacker (who supplies the program), and L is the set of low-security outputs, which all users (including the attacker) can read when the program by: In recent years there has been a remarkable convergence of interest in programming languages based on ALGOL Researchers interested in the theory of procedural and object-oriented languages discovered that ALGOL 60 shows how to add procedures and object classes to simple imperative languages in a general and clean way.
Robert Tennant is the author of Civilization Earth the Synthesis of Man ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), British Guiana and Its Re 4/5(1). On the other handl there is a considerable body of work using the continuation-passing transformation to structure compilers for the specific case of call-by-value languages such as SCHEME and ML [21 3].
ln this paperl we will describe a method of structuring the translation of ALGOL-like languages that is based on the functor-category Brand: Peter O'Hearn; Robert Tennent. This is a "genealogy" of programming languages. Languages are categorized under the ancestor language with the strongest influence.
Those ancestor languages are listed in alphabetical order. Any such categorization has a large arbitrary element, since programming languages often incorporate major ideas from multiple sources.
4 Batch languages. Algol-like Languages Volume 1 () and Volume 2 () edited by O’Hearn and Tennent is a collection of essays exploring the history of ALGOL and its influence on the development of other programming languages. Request PDF | Information flow for Algol-like languages | In this paper we present an approach to information flow analysis for a family of languages.
We start with a simple imperative language. Information Processing Letters 25 () 6 May North-Holland QUANTIFICATION IN ALGOL-LIKE LANGUAGES * R.D. TENNENT * * Laboratory for the Foundanons of Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, Unwerslty of Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH8 9 YL, Scotland (Umted Kingdom) Commumcated by P Henderson Recewed 19 June Revised 27 August A Cited by: 3.
ALGOL-like Languages, Volume 1 The essence of ALGOL. Pages 67– Previous Chapter Next Chapter. ABSTRACT. No abstract available. Index Terms. The essence of ALGOL. Software and its engineering. Software notations and tools. General programming languages. Language features. Data types and structures.
This book brings together the most important contributions to its development to date, focusing in particular on how advances in type systems and semantic models can contribute to new language designs.
Although the theory of object-oriented programming languages is far from complete, this book brings together the most important contributions to its development to date, focusing in particular.
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Tennent. We present a new semantics for Algol-like languages that combines methods from two prior lines of development: 1. the object-based approach of Reddy, where the meaning of an imperative program is Author: Kurt Sieber.
I learned C from scratch, many years ago. I was a fresh CS graduate, so I had already learned a few other languages and I’d played at writing compilers, so I knew how languages, in particular Algol-like languages (of which C is one). My first job. ALGOL-Like Languages In John Backus presented a paper on a proposed international algebraic language which evolved into ALGOL This set of two volumes aims to review the attempts over recent years to use programming Languages based on AL.
To be precise, over the life of the product family Burroughs extended Algol into a superset called ESPOL. When Burroughs brought out the "small systems" family (,series), they defined another Algol-like language called SDL (Systems Development Language) in. Buy ALGOL-Like Languages: Vol II (Progress in Theoretical Computer Science) by Peter O'Hearn, R.
Tennent, Robert Tennent (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. A suitable notation for coroutines in ALGOL-like languages was introduced in Dahl and Nygaard's SIMULA I [ ] and several excellent examples of coroutines (including replicated coroutines) appear in the book Structured Programming [by Dahl, Dijkstra, and Hoare].
(TAOCP vol. 1, pp ). ALGOL contributed a notation for describing the structure of a programming language, Backus–Naur Form, which in some variation became the standard tool for stating the syntax (grammar) of programming languages.
ALGOL was widely used in Europe, and for many years it remained the language in which computer algorithms were published. Algol-like Languages 作者: Peter O'Hearn / Robert Tennent 出版社: Birkhäuser Boston 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: ALGOL 60 (short for Algorithmic Language ) is a member of the ALGOL family of computer programming languages.
It followed on from ALGOL 58 which had introduced code blocks and the begin and end pairs for delimiting them, representing a key advance in the rise of structured 60 was the first language implementing nested function definitions with lexical Designed by: Backus, Bauer, Green, Katz.
of Algol-like languages, including the fully abstract games-based models [2,3]. However, the particular variants of the language for which these games models are fully abstract import the “variables as objects” view into their 1 Email: [email protected] c Published by Elsevier Science B.
ALGOL-like languages by R. Tennent, Peter O'Hearn, Robert Tennent 5 editions - first published in Not in Library. Types, Semantics, and Language Design. Author: JOHN C AUTOR MITCHELL; Publisher: MIT Press ISBN: Category: Computers Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Although the theory of object-oriented programming languages is far from complete, this book brings together the most important contributions to its development to date, focusing in particular on how advances in type.
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The book includes review exercises at the end of each chapter. Chapters cover. Ada is a structured, statically typed, imperative, wide-spectrum, multi-paradigm, object-oriented high-level, ALGOL-like programming language, extended from Pascal and other languages. The language was developed in the late s and early s.
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Using classical and recent research from lambda calculus and type theory, it presents a rational reconstruction of the Algol-like imperative languages such as Pascal, Ada, and Modula-3, and the.
Algol-like Languages; Appendices; Bibliography; Index. Editorial Reviews "I found the whole book a distinct pleasure to read and certainly recommend this text for consideration by instructors."Price: $ Semantics of noninterference: a natural approach.
Abstract. This thesis examines noninterference in imperative Algol-like languages. Noninterference is fairly well understood for simple phrases (like commands) that can be executed directly: two simple phrases don't interfere iff the evaluation or execution of one has no effect on the.
Function Basics. Let's go beyond the required definition of the main function and see how to define functions in D. Function definitions follow the model found in other Algol-like languages: first comes the return type, then the function's name, and finally the formal parameters 1 as a parenthesized comma-separated list.
For example, to define a function called fun that takes an uint and a.On the semantics of the bad-variable constructor in Algol-like languages.
In S. Brookes, & P. Panagaden (Eds.), Proceedings, 19th International Conference on the Mathematical Foundations of Programming Semantics, MFPS XIX (Vol.
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