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TXL - A Language for Programming Language Tools and Applications

James R. Cordy
2004 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
In this paper I outline the history, evolution and concepts of TXL with emphasis on what makes it different from other language manipulation tools, and give examples of its use in expressing and applying  ...  recent new paradigms in language processing.  ...  The modern TXL language was designed and implemented by the author at GMD Karlsruhe and Queen's University between 1990 and 1995.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2004.11.006 fatcat:esc5bpl3vfdelnxqqqnlj5d6rq

Scoped Extension Methods in Dynamically-Typed Languages

Guillermo Polito, Camille Teruel, Stéphane Ducasse, Luc Fabresse
2017 The Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming  
Similarly, if two developers each define an extension method with the same name in a class hierarchy, one overrides the other.  ...  However, their semantics have not been fully described and compared. In addition, these solutions typically rely on a dedicated and slow method lookup algorithm to resolve conflicts at runtime.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the french DGA (Direction Générale de l'Armement) for the PhD grant of Camille Teruel.  ... 
doi:10.22152/programming-journal.org/2018/2/1 fatcat:xhxsirxeqreodgidmgnt45dzkq

The translation of programming languages through the use of a graph transformation language

Peter van den Bosch
1982 SIGPLAN notices  
Abstract It is shown that the automated translation of programming An evaluation of the completed research, and an assessment of its position within concurrent developments in the discipline of programming  ...  the Library shall make it freely available for reference and study.  ...  of the relationship between the grammar and the syntactic structure of the program it describes.  ... 
doi:10.1145/947912.947920 fatcat:mp7yt3rb2vh33pvdpfvprechq4

English intonation and computerized sound synthesis

Arvin Levine
1976 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
There is a definite relationship in this case between the intonational component and the semantic/pragmatic components of a grammar of English. 16 Another possible answer to the. general problem of the  ...  We are not convinced that the analogy which Bernstein proposes between language and music is the most appropriate one.  ...  Notice that we have, as a by-product of the assignment procedure induced a downstep between 'wind' and 'and' in example two, while in example one both are on the same pitch level.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2003518 fatcat:oudzyoikmzfbbps7rf3r6h5jra

Language and other complex behaviors: Unifying characteristics, computational models, neural mechanisms

Shimon Edelman
2017 Language Sciences  
Marr's original field, vision, which is still widely and erroneously believed to hinge on "object recognition" (Edelman, 2017a), and in language, where problem-level thinking is dominated by the conception  ...  of communication as packaging meanings into messages and by the tripartite dogma of grammar, sentence, and well-formedness (Edelman, 2017b; more about this in a moment).  ...  A convergence between this psychology-motivated approach and work in formal language theory is exemplified by the Contextual Grammar (CG) theory, initially proposed by Marcus (1969) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2017.04.003 fatcat:kisve5cuqfb2nl42wioegqwvl4

BioInfer: a corpus for information extraction in the biomedical domain

Sampo Pyysalo, Filip Ginter, Juho Heimonen, Jari Björne, Jorma Boberg, Jouni Järvinen, Tapio Salakoski
2007 BMC Bioinformatics  
The corpus is unique in the domain in combining these annotation types for a single set of sentences, and in the level of detail of the relationship annotation.  ...  We further present ontologies defining the types of entities and relationships annotated in the corpus.  ...  We are also grateful to Meelis Kolmer and Mauno Vihinen for consultation in creating the bioentity and relationship annotation schemes.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-8-50 pmid:17291334 pmcid:PMC1808065 fatcat:hbjyjjsu4zhu7j67jn2l3obhya

The SOUL tool suite for querying programs in symbiosis with Eclipse

Coen De Roover, Carlos Noguera, Andy Kellens, Vivane Jonckers
2011 Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Principles and Practice of Programming in Java - PPPJ '11  
It consists of the logic program query language SOUL, the CAVA library of predicates for quantifying over an Eclipse workspace and the Eclipse plugin BARISTA for launching queries and inspecting their  ...  to "does my code follow the prescribed design?". In this paper, we present a comprehensive tool suite for querying Java programs.  ...  Acknowledgements Coen De Roover is funded by the Stadium SBO project sponsored by the "Flemish agency for Innovation by Science and Technology" (IWT Vlaanderen).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2093157.2093168 dblp:conf/pppj/RooverNKJ11 fatcat:gqjzd4whqveklkdird5ttm3mcu

Clause repetition as a tying technique in Greek conversation [chapter]

Angeliki Alvanoudi
2019 Zenodo  
The analysis demonstrates that the basic function of clause repetition is to display connectedness between what the current speaker says or does and what the same or previous speaker said or did immediately  ...  This chapter targets a language in which bridging constructions are not grammaticalized, that is, Greek.  ...  Acknowledgments The first version of this paper was presented at the workshop "Bridging linkage in cross-linguistic perspective" at the Language and Culture Research Center, James Cook University, on 25  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2563694 fatcat:s5tuxc6ervhxdkld7o5vyge2ee

The SSR system: An open format event recording system with computerized transcription

Gordon R. Stephenson, Daniel P. B. Smith, Thomas W. Roberts
1976 Behavior Research Methods  
A completely open format and the flexibility of user-defined software grammars facilitate the entry of subjects, actions (both momentary and continuous), objects, and other contextual information in whatever  ...  Voice notes on magnetic tape or ink pen tracings on moving paper have been used to record behavior in these terms. but both of these methods entail tedious The time and talents of many members of the Department  ...  Figure 7 .. 7 Relationship between the output of the Schmitt trigger and the logic of the assembly language subprogram.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03201712 fatcat:cyitnr4ebbf2bo7xkkkawwvbse

The Unicode Standard

Joan M. Aliprand
2000 Library resources & technical services  
The publisher offers discounts on this book when ordered in quantity for special sales.  ...  The publisher offers discounts on this book when ordered in quantity for special sales.  ...  It also includes multiple characters that may represent the same semantic values-there is no necessary one-to-one relationship.  ... 
doi:10.5860/lrts.44n3.160 fatcat:t5yh4d5gtzfp7dp52ex234xc7m

The SSR system: An open format event recording system with computerized transcription

Gordon R. Stephenson, Daniel P. B. Smith, Thomas W. Roberts
1975 Behavior Research Methods  
A completely open format and the flexibility of user def~ned software grammars facilitate the entry of subjects, actions (both momentary and continuous), objects and other contextual information in whatever  ...  The SSR System is an event recording system that encodes the incidence, duration, coincidence, and sequence of entries in real time on to magnetic tape for subsequent high speed transcription by computer  ...  Figure 7 . 7 Relationship between the out· put of the Schmitt trigger and the logic of the assembly language subprogram.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03201620 fatcat:4fk44u5k4zd7ngriptvnmb6s2u

Learning Dynamic Belief Graphs to Generalize on Text-Based Games [article]

Ashutosh Adhikari, Xingdi Yuan, Marc-Alexandre Côté, Mikuláš Zelinka, Marc-Antoine Rondeau, Romain Laroche, Pascal Poupart, Jian Tang, Adam Trischler, William L. Hamilton
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Playing text-based games requires skills in processing natural language and sequential decision making.  ...  Achieving human-level performance on text-based games remains an open challenge, and prior research has largely relied on hand-crafted structured representations and heuristics.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Alessandro Sordoni and Devon Hjelm for the helpful discussions about the probing task.  ... 
arXiv:2002.09127v4 fatcat:qahpbnzabzeafdxg4d2fk2mauq

SQUALL: The expressiveness of SPARQL 1.1 made available as a controlled natural language

Sébastien Ferré
2014 Data & Knowledge Engineering  
A comprehensive and modular definition is given as a Montague grammar, and an evaluation of naturalness is done on the QALD challenge.  ...  (3) to be defined in a domain-independent way and in a concise way (its grammar has about 120 rules).  ...  I would like to thank Christina Unger for fruitful interaction during the QALD-3 challenge, which helped to improve the system, and the SQUALL language itself.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.datak.2014.07.010 fatcat:geccpeobvne4pnacgt3qbgwnlu

With diversity in mind: Freeing the language sciences from Universal Grammar

Nicholas Evans, Stephen C. Levinson
2009 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
After surveying the various uses of "universal," we illustrate the ways languages vary radically in sound, meaning, and syntactic organization, and then we examine in more detail the core grammatical machinery  ...  In fact, there are vanishingly few universals of language in the direct sense that all languages exhibit them. Instead, diversity can be found at almost every level of linguistic organization.  ...  relationships between sounds, and vertical relationships between sound and meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x09990525 fatcat:pqieza6vancijg4vfnu7humrli

The myth of language universals: Language diversity and its importance for cognitive science

Nicholas Evans, Stephen C. Levinson
2009 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
After surveying the various uses of "universal," we illustrate the ways languages vary radically in sound, meaning, and syntactic organization, and then we examine in more detail the core grammatical machinery  ...  In fact, there are vanishingly few universals of language in the direct sense that all languages exhibit them. Instead, diversity can be found at almost every level of linguistic organization.  ...  relationships between sounds, and vertical relationships between sound and meaning.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x0999094x pmid:19857320 fatcat:mjf3lbg5e5c7rgz5gi5y3aif7y
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