The NYU Ada translator and interpreter

@inproceedings{Dewar1980TheNA,
  title={The NYU Ada translator and interpreter},
  author={Robert B. K. Dewar and Gerald A. Fisher and Edmond Schonberg and Robert A. Froehlich and Stephen Bryant and Clinton F. Goss and Michael G. Burke},
  booktitle={SIGPLAN '80},
  year={1980}
}
The NYU-Ada project is engaged in the design and implementation of a translator-interpreter for the Ada language. The objectives of this project are twofold: a) to provide an executable semantic model for the full Ada language, that can be used for teaching, and serve as a starting point for the design of an efficient Ada compiler; b) to serve as a testing ground for the software methodology that has emerged from our experience with the very-high level language SETL. In accordance with these… 

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