|question: attribute grammar email@example.com (1998-03-30)|
|Re: question: attribute grammar Etienne.Duris@inria.fr (Etienne Duris) (1998-04-03)|
|Re: question: attribute grammar firstname.lastname@example.org (Frank Derichsweiler) (1998-04-03)|
|Date:||30 Mar 1998 21:39:21 -0500|
|Organization:||University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA|
I understand that an attribute grammar provides a static semantics of
a given context-free grammar.
However, I am wondering in general how one determines inherited
attributes and synthesized attributes for terminals and nonterminals
of a given context-free grammar.
Is there a rule that tells how those attributes should be determined
or the determination should be done so that those attributes reflect
the semantics of the grammar (so, could be arbitrarily defined)?
I would really apperciate any explanation and pointers that I could
find more information about the subject.
Thank you very much for your time.
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