Kimio Kuramitsu

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We address a declarative construction of abstract syntax trees with Parsing Expression Grammars. AST operators (constructor, connector, and tagging) are newly defined to specify flexible AST constructions. A new challenge coming with PEGs is the consistency management of ASTs in backtracking and packrat parsing. We make the transaction AST machine in order(More)
The Internet commerce increases the demands of service integrations by sharing XML-based catalogs. We propose the PCO data model supporting semantic inheritance to ensure the synonymy of heterogeneous semantics among distributed schemas that different authors define independently. Also, the PCO model makes semantic relationships independent of an initial(More)
Parsing Expression Grammars are a popular foundation for describing syntax. Unfortunately, several syntax of programming languages are still hard to recognize with pure PEGs. Notorious cases appears: typedef-defined names in C/C++, indentation-based code layout in Python, and HERE document in many scripting languages. To recognize such PEG-hard syntax, we(More)
This demonstration presents the language design of Konoha-Script, a statically typed object-oriented scripting language. KonohaScript provides the very similar scripting experiences compared to dynamic languages. In addition, it also preserves useful programming supports by static typing, such as automated verification of careless mistakes, improved(More)
Nez is a PEG(Parsing Expressing Grammar)-based open grammar language that allows us to describe complex syntax constructs without action code. Since open grammars are declarative and free from a host programming language of parsers, software engineering tools and other parser applications can reuse once-defined grammars across programming languages. A(More)