The TAMPR Program Transformation System : Design and Applications

  title={The TAMPR Program Transformation System : Design and Applications},
  author={M. James and BoyleTechnology and J. Terence and HarmerThe},
  • M. James, BoyleTechnology, +1 author HarmerThe
  • Published 1997
TAMPR is a fully automatic, rewrite-rule based program transformation system. From its initial implementation in 1970, TAMPR has evolved into a powerful tool for generating correct and eecient programs from speciications. The TAMPR approach to program transformation is distinguished by A restricted repertoire of constructs for expressing transformations; A declarative semantics for transformations; Application of transformations to exhaustion; An emphasis on sequences of canonical forms… CONTINUE READING


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