|Second edition of Grune & Jacobs' Parsing Techniques is out firstname.lastname@example.org (Dick Grune) (2008-01-12)|
|From:||Dick Grune <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Sat, 12 Jan 2008 21:45:33 +0100|
|Organization:||Fac. Wiskunde & Informatica, VU, Amsterdam|
|Keywords:||parse, books, available|
|Posted-Date:||13 Jan 2008 00:53:53 EST|
The long-awaited second edition of Grune & Jacobs' Parsing Techniques is
now available, all 662 pages of it! And with the extensions from the
book's Web site, the number of pages rises to 802.
The book is published by Springer New York, in their series Monographs
in Computer Science.
The new edition features: generalized deterministic parsers,
non-canonical parsers, linear-time substring parsing, parsing as
intersection, and parallel parsing, in addition to the expanded and
updated text of the first edition. And there are hundreds of additional
The printed book contains only the about 400 literature references that
are referred to in the book itself, all of them with annotations. The
Complete List of Literature References comprises about 1700 entries of
which around 1100 are annotated. It consists of augmented versions of
the Table of Contents, Chapter 18, the Authors' Index, and the Subject
Index, each reflecting in its way the added entries.
The publisher's Web page of the book is
Our Web page of the book is http://www.cs.vu.nl/~dick/PT2Ed.html
The Web site containing the Complete List of Literature References and
other Additional Material is
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