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Assignment2 Chapter 3 and Chapter 15 Due 10/01 Last Name: __________________ First Name: ___________________ NetID: ___________ Matching PartA 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
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Part A Matching Problems: Select one best choice for each question from the sample answers provided. Note: An answer may be used more than one question. Sample Answers for your choice: (1) Assertion, (2) Axiom, (3) Axiomatic Semantics, (4) Attribute Grammar, (5) BNF, (6) CFG, (7) Denotational Semanics, (8) Derivation, (9) Generator, (10) Lexeme, (11) Nonterminal, (12) Operational Semantics, (13) Parse Tree, (14) Precondition, (15) Postcondition, (16) Recognizer, (17) Syntax, (18) Semantics, (19) Sentence, (20) Sentential Form, (21) Terminal, (22) Weakest precondition Question #01. _____ is equivalent to context-free grammars developed by John Backus #02. _____ is lexeme or token, and shows only in right-hand side of a grammar rule #03. _____ is a repeated application of grammar rules, from a start-symbol, ending with a input sentence #04. _____ is based on formal logic (predicate calculus) #05. _____ is a hierarchical (diagram) representation of a derivation #06. _____ is the string of symbols (nonterminals and terminals) in a derivation #07. _____ is with additions to CFGs to carry some semantic info with the attributes of parse tree nodes
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