Program transformation techniques have reached a maturity level that allows processing high-level language sources in new ways. Not only do they revolutionize the implementation of compilers and interpreters, but with modularity as a design philosophy, they also permit the seamless extension of the syntax and semantics of existing programming languages. The… (More)
This work moves from the general hypothesis that action influences knowledge formation, and that the way we organise our knowledge reflects action patterns . The traditional assumption in the categorisation literature is that categories are organised on the basis of perceptual similarity among their members. But much evidence shows that, when we need to… (More)
This study aims at determining the Minimum Inhibitory Concentration with Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 and cytotoxicity to L929 cells (ATCC CCL-1) of the waste generated by doxycycline degradation by the Fenton process. This process has shown promise in this treatment thanks mainly to the fact that the waste did not show any relevant inhibitory effect on the… (More)
To disambiguate C++, which is an essential step toward the Transformers project, a new approach using attribute grammar has been adopted. An attribute grammar system, based on Stratego/XT, has been developed from scratch to meet our needs. However, it still can be greatly improved, particularly our attribute syntax. Attribute grammars and its Transformers… (More)
Preface These are the proceedings of the Sixth Stratego User Days, which were held on May 3-4, 2005 at Utrecht University. The User Days were preceded by a full day tutorial on May 2. The workshop and tutorial were supported by the Software Technology Group of the Institute for Information and Computing Sciences.