Grammatical Inference in Software Engineering: An Overview of the State of the Art

@inproceedings{Stevenson2012GrammaticalII,
  title={Grammatical Inference in Software Engineering: An Overview of the State of the Art},
  author={Andrew Stevenson and James R. Cordy},
  booktitle={SLE},
  year={2012}
}
Grammatical inference – used successfully in a variety of fields such as pattern recognition, computational biology and natural language processing – is the process of automatically inferring a grammar by examining the sentences of an unknown language. Software engineering can also benefit from grammatical inference. Unlike the aforementioned fields, which use grammars as a convenient tool to model naturally occuring patterns, software engineering treats grammars as first-class objects… CONTINUE READING
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