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CORR
2002
Springer
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Offline Specialisation in Prolog Using a Hand-Written Compiler Generator
The so called "cogen approach" to program specialisation, writing a compiler generator instead of a specialiser, has been used with considerable success in partial evalu...
Michael Leuschel, Jesper Jørgensen, Wim Van...
FLOPS
2004
Springer
9 years 2 months ago
LIX: an Effective Self-applicable Partial Evaluator for Prolog
This paper presents a self-applicable partial evaluator for a considerable subset of full Prolog. The partial evaluator is shown to achieve non-trivial specialisation and be effect...
Stephen-John Craig, Michael Leuschel
DAGSTUHL
1996
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Efficiently Generating Efficient Generating Extensions in Prolog
The so called "cogen approach" to program specialisation, writing a compiler generator instead of a specialiser, has been used with considerable success in partial evalua...
Jesper Jørgensen, Michael Leuschel
ACL
1990
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Automated Inversion of Logic Grammars for Generation
We describe a system of reversible grammar in which, given a logic-grammar specification of a natural language, two efficient PROLOGprograms are derived by an off-line compilation...
Tomek Strzalkowski, Ping Peng
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