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AGDL: A Definition Language for Attribute Grammars

Qu Yanwen;   

  1. North China Institute of Computing Technology; Beijing;
  • Online:1986-05-10 Published:1986-05-10

AGDL is a definition language for attribute grammars. It is a specification language used to generate a compiler automatically. AGDL, whose rules are easy to read, is an applicative language with abstract data types, and it will be used as an important tool language to develop compiler generators by NCI.

Key words: VHDL simulator,event-driven algorithm,cycle-based algorithm,levelization;



[1] U.Kastens, B.Hutt and E.Zimmemnon, GAG: A Practical compiler generator. Leeture Notes in Computer Science, 141, 1982.

[2] Qu Yanwen, et al., Reference manual for the AGDL attribute grammar definition language. North China Institute of Computing Technology, 1984.

[3] Liu Jing, Feng Muli, Qu Yanwen, An implementation of library of abstract data types (working paper),North China Institute of Computing Technology, 1985.

[4] Lu Xu, Qu Yanwen, Generation of target code for an attribute grammar def`mition language: AGDL (postgraduate paper), North China Institute of Computing Technology, 1984.

[5] Xiu Jian, Qu Yanwen, A design and implementation of compiler for AGDL (research paper), North China Institute of Computing Technology, 1985.
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