Handling context-sensitive syntactic issues in the design of a front-end for a MATLAB compiler

@inproceedings{Joisha2000HandlingCS,
  title={Handling context-sensitive syntactic issues in the design of a front-end for a MATLAB compiler},
  author={Pramod G. Joisha and Abhay Kanhere and Prithviraj Banerjee and U. Nagaraj Shenoy and Alok Choudhary},
  booktitle={APL '00},
  year={2000}
}
In recent times, the MATLAB language has emerged as a popular alternative for programming in diverse application domains such as signal processing and meteorology. The language has a powerful array syntax with a large set of pre-defined operators and functions that operate on arrays or array sections, making it an ideal candidate for applications involving substantial array-based processing.Yet, for all the programming convenience that the language offers, designing a parser and scanner capable… CONTINUE READING

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