Vance E. Waddle

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Office-by-Example (OBE) is an integrated office information system that has been under development at IBM Research. OBE, an extension of Query-by-Example, supports various office features such as database tables, word processing, electronic mail, graphics, images, and so forth. These seemingly heterogeneous features are integrated through a language feature(More)
Abstract syntax trees were devised as a compact alternative to parse trees, because parse trees are known to require excessive amounts of storage to represent parsed programs. However, the savings that abstract syntax trees actually achieve have never been precisely described because the necessary analysis has been missing. Without it, one can only measure(More)
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