|Mixed compilation email@example.com (1992-01-31)|
|Re: Mixed compilation firstname.lastname@example.org (Bob Goldberg) (1992-01-31)|
|Re: Mixed compilation blenko-tom@CS.YALE.EDU (1992-02-01)|
|Re: Mixed compilation daniel@quilty.Stanford.EDU (1992-02-06)|
|From:||Bob Goldberg <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Fri, 31 Jan 92 23:07:38 -0600|
Regarding David Lamb's query about Ershov and partial computation, he
should look at Frank G. Pagan's book
"Partial Computation and the Construction of Language Processors"
Prentice Hall 1991 ISBN 0-13-651415-4
The book describes Pagan's application of partial computation to a lexical
analyzer, LL parser, LR parser, etc. His presentation is practical rather
than theoretical. He feels that the book could serve as a supplement to
the main book in a compiler course. (I agree.)
His bibliography includes the following references:
Sestoft, P and H Sondergaard, "A Bibliography on Partial Evaluation,"
ACM SIGPLAN Notices, 23, no 2 (Feb 88), 19-27
Bjorner, D, A P Ershov, and N D Jones, eds, "Partial Evaluation and
Mixed Computation", North-Holland, 1988
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