|CEX - Context-Free Expression Filter firstname.lastname@example.org (2007-02-25)|
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The following is an update of the comp.compilers article
"CEX - Context-Free Expression Filter"
2007 February 25
Both an updated and UTF-8 converted version of the original have been
posted under comp.theory here:
The following cites from the original have been updated:
> In 1993, the regular expression filter REX was introduced. Notable
> amongst its features was that processing was carried out entirely
> within an algebraic paradigm. The utility and the algorithms
> underlying it have eventually found their way into other applications
> (e.g. XML-Query).
This was originally in the comp.compilers archive. The latest updates
may now be found at GitHub under
>CEX is the long-planned successor to REX. It will not handle the full
>range of REX functionality, but will process language expressions at
>the next stage up the Chomsky hierarchy: Context-Free Expressions.
>The Untold Story of Formal Languages
>(Numerous other references may be found on this page, both above and
>below this link)
Currently linked at:
Descriptions only are available, not the PDF's; and has been largely
subsumed both by the following and publications recent and pending
listed in the references (cited in the comp.theory article):
The Algebraic Approach II-V
The new framework for context-free expressions, which is part of a new
algebraic foundation for formal language and automata theory laid out
in recent publications and elsewhere, is a descendant of the algebraic
formulation published in 1963 by Chomsky and Schützenberger.
A follow-up note to the 2018 papers that I sent both directly to
Chomsky and as an open letter on the recent developments is here:
An early draft of the presentation for one of the recent publications
may be found here:
Co Equalizers and Tensor Products for Idempotent Semirings
More details may be found in the comp.theory article.
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