Parsing Techniques: A Practical Guide (Dick Grune, et al.)

 
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Parsing Techniques: A Practical Guide (Dick Grune, et al.)

All current software benefits from parsing techniques, which serve as a solid foundation for compiler design and linguistics.

They allow Web browsers to analyze HTML pages and PostScript printers to analyze PostScript, and some of the more sophisticated techniques are used in code generation for compilers and data compression. Additionally, their value as broad pattern recognizers is gradually being recognized.

The second edition of Grune and Jacobs' outstanding work covers recent advancements and discoveries in the subject. Parsing, also known as syntax analysis, has long been and will continue to be a crucial component of linguistics and computer science.

Both in computer science, where modern compilers frequently use generic CF parsers, and computational linguistics, where such parsers are the sole choice, parsing techniques have become significantly more important. They are widely employed in linguistics and are used in a wide range of software products, such as Web browsers, computer device interpreters, and data compression tools.

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About the Authors
The initial iteration of the Concurrent Versions System was created by Dutch computer scientist and university lecturer Dick Grune (CVS). In the 1970s and 1980s, Grune worked on the development of the Algol 68 and Amsterdam Compiler Kit compilers.
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Softcover reprint of hardcover 2nd ed. 2008 edition (November 23, 2010)
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688 pages
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PDF and PostScript files
ISBN-10
1441919015
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978-1441919014

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