|Representations of grammars email@example.com (Kelly Morrison) (1993-06-25)|
|Re: Representations of grammars firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-06-26)|
|Re: Representations of grammars P.G.Hamer@bnr.co.uk (1993-06-28)|
|Re: Representations of grammars email@example.com (1993-06-28)|
|Representations of grammars firstname.lastname@example.org (Trevor Jenkins) (1993-06-28)|
|Re: Representations of grammars email@example.com (1993-06-29)|
|Re: Representations of grammars firstname.lastname@example.org (1993-06-29)|
|[4 later articles]|
|From:||Kelly Morrison <email@example.com>|
|Keywords:||parse, EBNF, comment|
|Date:||Fri, 25 Jun 1993 01:30:11 GMT|
I am trying to compose a list of representations (both textual and
graphical) of grammars. So far, the only ones I have been able to find
1. Backus-Naur Form (also Backus Normal Form).
- created by John Backus; modified by Peter Naur.
2. The Cobol Notation.
- created by the CODASYL Short-Range Subcommittee.
3. Syntax Diagrams.
- created by Niklaus Wirth (?).
Does anyone know if any others exist (other than various EBNFs)??? I've
been digging through the library for months and haven't been able to find
Thanks in advance for any help!
-----> kell (Kelly Morrison, Auburn University)
[How about the railroad diagrams used in the F77 manual? I'd also look
in the linguistics literature, since they've given considerable thought to
both context-free and context-dependent grammars. -John]
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