Design and Implementation of Programming Languages: Proceedings of a DoD Sponsored Workshop, Ithaca, October 1976 by J. H. WilliamsDesign and Implementation of Programming Languages: Proceedings of a DoD Sponsored Workshop, Ithaca, October 1976 by J. H. Williams

Design and Implementation of Programming Languages: Proceedings of a DoD Sponsored Workshop, Ithaca…

EditorJ. H. Williams

Paperback | August 1, 1977

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Title:Design and Implementation of Programming Languages: Proceedings of a DoD Sponsored Workshop, Ithaca…Format:PaperbackDimensions:514 pages, 9.84 × 6.69 × 0.07 inPublished:August 1, 1977Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section I the common programming language effort of the department of defense.- Section II data types.- Section III parallel processing, machine dependency and program verification.- Section IV programming language specifications, optimization and run-time support systems.- A note on "pointers".- Some issues in data types and type checking.- Models of data objects and data types.- Encapsulated data types and generic procedures.- Run-time checking of data access in pascal-like languages.- A language design for structured concurrency.- Language features for parallel processing and resource control.- Separate definition and compilation in lis and its implementation.- Requirements for real-time languages.- Remarks on the impact of program verification on language design.- Target computer independent optimization procedures for metacompilers.- The need for optimization standards.- A reminder for language designers.- The tinman and communications applications.- Programming language design issues.- Parallel processing and modular software construction.- After-dinner speech.- Tinman needed characteristics.