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The programming language SETL is a relatively new member of the so-called "very-high-level" class of languages, some of whose other well-known mem bers are LISP, APL, SNOBOL, and PROLOG. These… Expand
We describe the general organization of the GNAT compiler, its relationship to the GCC multilanguage compiler system, and some of the architectural details of the system. This paper serves as an… Expand
SETL is a very high level programming language supporting set theoretical syntax and semantics. It allows algorithms to be programmed rapidly and succinctly without requiring data structure… Expand
With increased computational power available, programming languages can now balance efficiency with expressivity. This flexibility improves rapid prototyping of complex design changes.
The hydrodynamic model of Landau is formulated in very general terms and applied to the determination of average energy of secondaries, and single-particle inclusive distributions of secondaries.… Expand
“Pure” SETL is a language of very high level allowing algorithms to be programmed rapidly and succintly. SETL's representation sublanguage adds a system of declarations which allow the user of the… Expand
A tractor-drawn machine adapted to perform tilling, seed bed preparation, and planting in a single operation, comprises a frame from which plow units, a soil leveling and pulverizing unit, a seed bed… Expand
Publisher Summary This chapter highlights an automatic technique for selection of data representations in SETL programs. SETL is a very-high-level programming language supporting set-theoretic syntax… Expand