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Engineering a Programming Language: The Type and Class System of Sather
Clemens Szypersky Stephen Omohundroy Stephan Murerz TR-93-064 November 1993
Sather 1.0 is a programming language whose design has resulted from the interplay of many criteria. It attempts to support a powerful object-oriented paradigm without sacri cing either the computational performance of traditional procedural languages or support for safety and correctness checking. Much of the engineering e ort went into the design of the class and type system. This paper describes some of these design decisions and relates them to approaches taken in other languages. We particularly focus on issues surrounding inheritance and subtyping and the decision to explicitly separate them in Sather.
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Sather is an object-oriented language ...
Abduction and Mismatch in Machine Translation Jean Mark Gawron, SRI International1 San Diego State University December 9, 1999
There are a number of quality and correctness issues connected with state-of-the-art machine translation MT systems. The rst requirement, which we will not be addressing in this paper, is to produce a correct analysis of the input text, where correctness is de ned by the needs of the particular system. Assuming the correct analysis is found, the next step is search for a correct representation of a target. Our chief concern is this paper is to examine those cases in which the search fails to produce a satisfactory result. There are two possible reasons for this failure. First the search result may be suboptimal. Second, the search space may be too con ned. In the rst case, the search space is big enough, but search is being terminated too soon for practical reasons. In the second, all acceptable results lie outside the search space. In this paper we propose an architecture ...
2016 CoC Competition Evaluation Instrument
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