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Automatic generation of business data-processing programs from a non-procedural language.
- N. A. Rin
- Computer Science
This dissertation presents a non-procedural language called MODEL to describe desired programs of an information processing system and describes a software system that automatically generates conventional business data processing programs from specifications in that language.
“Automatic generation of data conversion programs using a data description language”
The paper describes the application of automatic program generation methodology in generating file conversion programs in PL/1 capable of converting the source file and producing the target file.
An overview of a system for automatic generation of file conversion programs
The structure, system design, capabilities and applications of the DDL/DML language and processor are described, including an illustrative example.
The lognormal distribution fits the decay profile of eukaryotic mRNA.
Research on Automatic Program Generation
This technical report contains a collection of three papers intended to summarize the results of past research and the direction of current research, to provide software generation directly from user specifications.