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Our work in software language engineering focuses on the
theory and application of grammar-based techniques. Our interests
encompass traditional programming language design and implementation;
Domain Specific Language development; reverse compilation; modular
syntax and semantics; the interpretation of biological sequence data;
and the semi-automatic derivation of customised computer architectures
for embedded systems.
Modular semantics - the PLanCompS project
PLanCompS is an EPSRC project in partnership with Swansea University and City University. For details see the PLanCompS website.
Customisable processor architecture
Grammars from language standards
We have a repository of grammars
extracted from language standards in their raw form, along with
versions suitable for use with YACC and other parser generators. There
are also associated tools for translating between grammar formats.
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