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LSU | CSC 7101
Program Lang Structs
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• Baumgartner, G,
• Gerald Baumgartner,
• Baumgartner

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Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 28 February 2011 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula x.x = 3 characterize? What set of states does the formula x.x = x characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare triples ar

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Homework 3 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 14 March 2011 1. Consider a standard programming language (say, like C or Pascal). Suppose we have dened the context sensitive syntax of this language using attribute grammars in the same manner as what we discussed i

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Homework 4 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 27 April 2011 1. Translate our operational semantics rules into Prolog clauses. Represent syntactic constructs using functors. E.g., the if-statement could be represented as ifThenElse(B,C0,C1). Represent the three di

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Homework 5 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 4 May 2011 This homework is just for practice. You dont need to hand it in. 1. Consider Dijkstras guarded conditional: c := if be 1 c 1 [] be 2 c 2 [] be 3 c 3 fi where if and fi are keywords, be i are boolean express

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Homework 6 CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 4 May 2011 1. An int in Java is represented as a 32-bit number, float and double are represented as 32-bit and 64-bit IEEE 754 oating point numbers, respectively. Suppose we dene the subtype relationship on integers a

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practice Designed for concurrency from the ground up, the Erlang language can be a valuable tool to help solve concurrent problems. BY Jim LaRson erlang for concurrent Programming Erlang is a language developed to let mere mortals write, test, deploy, and

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Program 1: Prolog Interpreter CSC 7101, Spring 2011 Due: 8 April 2011 Reading Please read: Describing PROLOG by its interpretation and compilation, by Jacques Cohen. It appeared in Communications of the ACM, volume 28, number 12, December 1985, pages 1311

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CSC 7101 Study Guide Programming Languages Fall 2011 Gerald Baumgartner Reading Slides on course web page: http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/~gb/csc7101/ . CSC 4101 textbook: Michael Scott, Programming Language Pragmatics, 3rd ed., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2009.

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CSC 7101 Programming Language Structures Spring 2011 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary The course listing says: Advanced study of data specication, storage management, and control in programming languages; includes coverage of formal specication

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Logic Programming Instead of using functions as in imperative and functional programs We use predicates as in predicate calculus Interpretation = proving theorems 1 Prolog Developed at Univ. of Aix-Marseille and Edinburgh in early to mid 1970s Goal:

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Midterm CSC 7101, Spring 2005 3 March 2005 Read the whole exam rst (there are 6 pages) and plan your time. You have 80 minutes to complete all the questions. There are a total of 100 points. The exam is open notes but closed neighbors. Good luck! N

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Types in Programming Languages Stansifer Ch. 4 Cardelli Sec. 1 1 Types Organization of untyped values Untyped universes: bit strings, S-expr, Categorize based on usage and behavior Type = set of computational objects with uniform behavior Constra

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Attribute Grammars Pagan Ch. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 3.2 Stansifer Ch. 2.2, 2.3 Slonneger and Kurtz Ch 3.1, 3.2 1 Formal Languages Important role in the design and implementation of programming languages Alphabet: finite set of symbols String: finite sequen

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History of ML Developed at Edinburgh (early 80s) as Meta-Language for a program verification system Now a general purpose language Standard ML (1991) from ftp:/ftp.research.bell-labs.com/dist/smlnj/ Development of ML 2000 CAML from INRIA, Moby from

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Denotational Semantics Winskel Ch. 5 1 Denotation Semantics The most abstract of the approaches covered in this class Quite powerful, kind of heavy on the math We will only consider the basic issues for IMP Key idea: semantics as partial functions

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Final Exam CSC 7101, Spring 2005 10 May 2005 Read the whole exam rst (there are 8 pages) and plan your time. You have 1 hour 50 minutes to complete all the questions. There are a total of 100 points. The exam is open notes but closed neighbors. Good

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Operational Semantics Winskel, Ch. 2 Slonneger and Kurtz Ch 8.4, 8.5, 8.6 1 Operational vs. Axiomatic Axiomatic semantics Describes properties of program state, using first-order logic Concerned with constructing proofs for such properties Operati

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CSC 7101 Programming Language Structures Spring 2009 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary The course listing says: Advanced study of data specication, storage management, and control in programming languages; includes coverage of formal specic

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Midterm CSC 7101, Spring 2005 3 March 2005 Read the whole exam rst (there are 6 pages) and plan your time. You have 80 minutes to complete all the questions. There are a total of 100 points. The exam is open notes but closed neighbors. Good luck! N

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Final Exam CSC 7101, Spring 2005 10 May 2005 Read the whole exam rst (there are 8 pages) and plan your time. You have 1 hour 50 minutes to complete all the questions. There are a total of 100 points. The exam is open notes but closed neighbors. Good

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On Understanding LUCA CARDELLI AT&T Bell Laboratories, Types, Data Abstraction, and Polymorphism Murray Hill, N. J. 07974 PETER WEGNER Department of Computer Science, Brown University, Providence, R. I. 02912 Our objective is to understand t

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ARTICLES DESCRIBING PROLOG BY ITS INTERPRETATION AND COMPILATION Since its conception, Prolog has followed a developmental course similar to the early evolution of LISP. Although the version of Prolog described here typifies that currently in use, i

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CSC 7700 Study Guide Programming Languages Fall 2007 Gerald Baumgartner Reading Slides on course web page: http:/www.csc.lsu.edu/~gb/csc7101/ . CSC 4101 textbook: Michael Scott, Programming Language Pragmatics, 2nd ed., Morgan Kaufmann Publishers,

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Homework 1 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 9 February 2009 1. (10 pts) Given the following grammar with start symbol A : A := B C { B .i := C .s1; } { C .i := B .s + 2; } { print( C .s2); } B C := b { B .s = 2 * B .i; } 1 := D { C { C { C C 2 1 .s1

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CSC 7101 Programming Language Structures Spring 2009 Syllabus Gerald Baumgartner Course Summary The course listing says: Advanced study of data specification, storage management, and control in programming languages; includes coverage of formal spec

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Axiomatic Semantics Stansifer Ch 2.4, Ch. 9 Winskel Ch.6 Slonneger and Kurtz Ch. 11 1 Axiomatic Semantics Concerned w/ properties of program state Properties are described (specified) through first-order logic Axiomatic semantics is a set of rules

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V T viewpoints DOI:10.1145/1467247 .1467261 Len Shustek, Editor interview an interview with C.a.R. hoare h e C o M p U t e R h i S to R Y Museum has an active program to gather videotaped histories from people who have done pioneering work in thi

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Formal Certication of a Compiler Back-end or: Programming a Compiler with a Proof Assistant Xavier Leroy INRIA Rocquencourt Xavier.Leroy@inria.fr Abstract This paper reports on the development and formal certication (proof of semantic preservation)

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Homework 3 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 18 March 2009 1. Consider a standard programming language (say, like C or Pascal). Suppose we have dened the context sensitive syntax of this language using attribute grammars in the same manner as what we discus

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Program 1: Prolog Interpreter CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 3 April 2009 Reading Please read: \"Describing PROLOG by its interpretation and compilation,\" by Jacques Cohen. It appeared in Communications of the ACM, volume 28, number 12, December 1985, pag

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Homework 2 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 2 March 2009 1. (5 pts) What set of states does the formula `x.x = 3\' characterize? What set of states does the formula `x.x = x\' characterize? Explain your answers. 2. (10 pts) Which of the following Hoare trip

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Prolog Implementation Prolog uses the following search Goals are solved left to right For each goal, the database is searched top to bottom 1 Example 1. 2. 3. 3 4. 5. 6. a :- b, c, d. a :- e, f. b :- f : f. e. f. a :- f. ?- a, e. 2 Tree 3 CSC

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Homework 4 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 22 April 2009 1. Translate our operational semantics rules into Prolog clauses. Represent syntactic constructs using functors. E.g., the if-statement could be represented as ifThenElse(B,C0,C1). Represent the thr

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Homework 5 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 29 April 2009 This homework is just for practice. You don\'t need to hand it in. 1. Consider Dijkstra\'s guarded conditional: c := if be 1 c 1 [] be 2 c 2 [] be 3 c 3 fi where if and fi are keywords,

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Homework 6 CSC 7101, Spring 2009 Due: 29 April 2009 1. An int in Java is represented as a 32-bit number, float and double are represented as 32-bit and 64-bit IEEE 754 floating point numbers, respectively. Suppose we define the subtype relationship o