|references on Linking ? firstname.lastname@example.org (Steven D. Majewski) (1994-05-12)|
|Re: references on Linking ? email@example.com (1994-05-13)|
|Re: references on Linking ? firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-05-13)|
|Re: references on Linking ? email@example.com (1994-05-17)|
|Re: references on Linking ? firstname.lastname@example.org (1994-05-25)|
|From:||email@example.com (Douglas W. Jones,3193350740,3193382879)|
|Organization:||University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA|
|Date:||Fri, 13 May 1994 13:34:59 GMT|
>From article 94-05-038,
by "Steven D. Majewski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Any other contributions to this list ?
D. W. Jones. Assembly Language as Object Code. Software - Practice
and Experience, 13, 8 (Aug.~1983). 715-725.
This paper shows that assembly language can be used as an object
code, and that an assembler can be used as a linker. All it takes
is a little care in designing the assembly language.
I'm fairly proud of the bibliography on this paper, it took a lot
of work to find relevant references, and I had to go back into some
fairly old stuff to find what I found. As a result, I was particularly
unhappy with one referee who thought that a weak point of the paper
was that half the references were over 10 years old. The referee
wondered if this was evidence that I wasn't current in the field.
I should note that one of my citations is to a paper that shows that
an appropriately designed object code can be used as an assembly
language -- the two papers make an interesting symmetrical pair.
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