Advances in Software Science and Technology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120371013, 9781483215693

Advances in Software Science and Technology

1st Edition

Editors: Reiji Nakajima Norihisa Doi Tatsuya Hagino
eBook ISBN: 9781483215693
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th December 1989
Page Count: 232
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Table of Contents

Editor’s Message

Research Contributions

JPSG—A Phrase Structure Grammar for Japanese

Logical Semantics of Multiple World Mechanism for Knowledge Representation in Logic Programming

Adaptive Optimal Segmentation Schemes for Multiattribute Files

Methods for Transforming Attribute Grammars into Efficient Action Routines

Program Transformation of CCFG Programs

Attribute Graph Grammars with Applications to Hichart Program Chart Editors

A Type Inference System for FP Programs

Overview of GMW+Wnn System

Floating-Point Numbers and Real Numbers


Category Theory for Algebraic Specification

On Concurrent Programming in Smalltalk-80

Society News

Rules for Submission of English Papers and English Paper

Author’s Guide

Japan Society for Software Science and Technology Membership Application Form


Advances in Software Science and Technology, Volume 1 provides information pertinent to the advancement of the science and technology of computer software. This book discusses the various applications for computer systems.

Organized into three parts encompassing 13 chapters, this volume begins with an overview of the phase structure grammar for Japanese called JPSG, and a parser based on this grammar. This text then explores the logic-based knowledge representation called Uranus, which uses a multiple world mechanism. Other chapters consider the optimal file segmentation techniques for multi-attribute files and describe the colored-binary-trie segmentation schemes. This book discusses as well the five methods for transforming attribute grammars into efficient action routines. The final chapter deals with the rules for submission of English papers that will be published, which includes papers that are reports of academic research by members of the Society.

This book is a valuable resource for scientists and research workers.


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About the Editors

Reiji Nakajima Editor

Norihisa Doi Editor

Tatsuya Hagino Editor