John Cameron Glasgow

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An important issue in achieving acceptance of computer systems used by the nonprogramming community is the ability to communicate with these systems in natural language. Often , a great deal of time in the design of any such system is devoted to the natural language front end. An obvious way to simplify this task is to provide a portable natural language(More)
A new programming language named “g” based on an extended Backus-Naur-form syntax is presented. The language is intended both to provide a tool for persons already engaged in building grammar based systems and to encourage the use of grammars in implementing any hierarchically organized system. Various examples of the use of “g” in(More)
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