Attributed Translations

  title={Attributed Translations},
  author={Philip M. Lewis and Daniel J. Rosenkrantz and Richard Edwin Stearns},
Attributed translations are a means of specifying the input-output relation of a language processing device, such as for example the lexical or syntax box of a compiler. Considered as a mathematical object, an attributed translation is a mapping of certain strings of attributed “input symbols” into strings of attributed “action symbols”. Under the interpretation that action symbols represent the act of emitting an attributed output or the performing of some other “semantic actions”, and the… CONTINUE READING
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