|post-docs in compiler construction? email@example.com (Ralph Boland) (2002-04-06)|
|From:||Ralph Boland <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||6 Apr 2002 23:50:40 -0500|
|Organization:||University of New Brunswick|
|Posted-Date:||06 Apr 2002 23:50:39 EST|
I am currently completing a post-doc where I am doing research largely
in the area of my Ph.D. research area which is computational geometry.
However, while doing my Ph.D. and post-doc I was also doing some
research on how to generalize LR based parser generators so as to
build parsers that parse a much larger class of languages efficiently
(in time proportional to the size of the input).
My intent is to build a parser generator that is powerful enough and
easy enough to use that it will replace most of
the currently available parser generator tools.
One of the interesting things that I claim my parser
generator can often (but not always) do is detect that a grammar is ambiguous.
My research on this problem has reached to point that I am confident
of success. Thus, instead of starting an assistant professor position
as originally planned, I am considering doing a second post-doc but
this time doing parsing research instead of computational geometry.
Can anyone point me in the direction where I might aquire knowledge
of any such open post-doc positions?
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