|Who is Bose93? firstname.lastname@example.org (Denis N. Antonioli) (1999-09-24)|
|Re: Who is Bose93? email@example.com (Randy Crawford) (1999-09-28)|
|Re: Who is Bose93? firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Messick) (1999-09-28)|
|From:||"Steve Messick" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||28 Sep 1999 00:26:18 -0400|
My copy isn't missing those pages.
Bose, P. (1983), "Instruction set design for support of high-level
languages," PhD dissertation, UILU-ENG 83-2207, University of Illinois, pp.
Bose, P., and Davidson, E. S. (1984), "Design of instruction set
architectures for support of high-level languages," in A. Arbor (ed): Proc.
of the 11th ann. int. symp. on computer architecture, IEEE Comp. Soc. Press,
Denis N. Antonioli <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
> Debaere, Eddy H. and Campenhout, Jan M. Van,
> Interpretation and Instruction Path Coprocessing,
> MIT Press, 1990
> at the local library. It makes a good reading in these Java plagued days
> but a few pages are blank in my copy, among them the first pages of the
> literature list.
> The authors introduce 'The DIL approach', "a systematic process to
> a Directly Interpretable Language (DIL) out of a formally specified HLL"
> They conclude with "For further details we refer to [Bose83] and
> Does somebody know who Bose is? Any faint remembrance? Any hint?
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