Modular domain specific languages and tools

@inproceedings{Hudak1998ModularDS,
  title={Modular domain specific languages and tools},
  author={Paul Hudak},
  booktitle={ICSR},
  year={1998}
}
A domain specific language (DSL) allows one to develop software for a particular application domain quickly and effectively, yielding programs that are easy to understand, reason about, and maintain. On the other hand, there may be a significant overhead in creating the infrastructure needed to support a DSL. To solve this problem, a methodology is described for building domain specific embedded languages (DSELs), in which a DSL is designed within an existing, higher-order and typed… CONTINUE READING
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