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The Synthesizer Generator Reference Manual - Monographs in Computer Science (Paperback)
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The Synthesizer Generator Reference Manual - Monographs in Computer Science (Paperback)

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The Synthesizer Generator is a system for automating the implementation of language-based editing environments. The editor designer prepares a specification that includes rules defining a language's context-free abstract syn- tax, context-sensitive relationships, display format, and concrete input syntax. From this specification, the Synthesizer Generator creates a display editor for manipulating objects according to these rules [Reps84]. This volume, The Synthesizer Generator Reference Manual, is intended as the defining document of the system. A companion volume, The Synthesizer Gen- erator: A System for Constructing Language-Based Editors [Reps88], provides a more tutorial description of the system; it contains numerous examples that illustrate the specification and use of generated editors, as well as chapters that explain important algorithms of the implementation. The Synthesizer Generator is a generalization of our earlier system, the Cor- nell Program Synthesizer [Teitelbaum81], which was a programming environ- ment for a specific small dialect of PL/I. It featured a display-oriented, syntax- directed editor, an incremental compiler, an execution supervisor supporting source-level debugging, and a file system containing syntactically typed pro- gram fragments. Whereas PL/I was built into the Cornell Program Synthesizer, the Synthesizer Generator accepts a formal language definition as input. Although originally conceived as a tool for creating Synthesizer-like environments for arbitrary pro- gramming languages, the Synthesizer Generator is more broadly useful. Any textual language with a hierarchical phrase structure grammar is a candidate. vi Preface Interactive theorem proving for formal mathematics and logic, for example, has emerged as a particularly suitable application.

Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
ISBN: 9780387969107
Number of pages: 171
Weight: 294 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 10 mm
Edition: 3rd ed. 1989

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