Advances in Computers, Vol. 37

Due to the fact that its first quantity in 1960, "Advances in Computing" has got down to current designated insurance of thoughts in undefined, software program, laptop idea, layout and purposes. It has additionally supplied participants with a medium during which they could research their matters in larger intensity and breadth than that allowed by way of general magazine articles. quantity 37 includes specified evaluate articles on automatics programming; electronic sign processing; neural networks for trend reputation; computational heuristics; high-level synthesis of electronic circuits; matters in dataflow computing; and sociological heritage of the neural community controversy.

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Example Edge Labelled Graph. such edge-labelled graph grammars can be used to specify a wide variety of visual languages. In this view of graph rewriting, the nodes of the graph represent the geometric objects in the diagram, and the labelled directed edges represent the geometrical and semantic relations which hold between these objects. 8. Note that this approach to visual language specification requires that initial "lexical" preprocessing of a diagram also identifies the relationships between terminal symbols which are of interest.

The most obvious approach is to build a type hierarchy of visual objects that contains all the terminal and non-terminal types in the grammar. The topmost type of this hierarchy should be sen- 46 Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Kent B. Wittenburg tence and its bottom-most types would be labeled by the terminals of the grammar. The production rules of the grammar can then be modeled by defining composition functions for object types that correspond to reading grammar productions from left to right.

The 1 We cannot give a full account of logic programming here and refer the interested reader to [165, 120]. 32 Kim Marriott, Bernd Meyer, and Kent B. Wittenburg paths in this graph are simply the transitive closure of the edge predicate. This is defined by path(X,Y) :- edge(X,Y). path(X,Y) :- edge(X,Z), path(Z,Y). The semantics of a logic program can be described either abstractly by model theory or procedurally by proof theory, both of which are equivalent [120]. We briefly look at the procedural semantics which describes a method for the execution of a logic program.

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