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Implementation of EasyTime formal semantics using a LISA compiler generator
Iztok Fister, Marjan Mernik, Iztok Fister, Dejan Hrnčič, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: A manual measuring time tool in mass sporting competitions would not be imaginable nowadays, because many modern disciplines, such as IRONMAN, last a long-time and, therefore, demand additional reliability. Moreover, automatic timing-devices based on RFID technology, have become cheaper. However, these devices cannot operate as standalone because they need a computer measuring system that is capable of processing incoming events, encoding the results, assigning them to the correct competitor, sorting the results according to theachieved times, and then providing a printout of the results. This article presents the domain-specific language EasyTime, which enables the controlling of an agent by writing the events within a database. It focuses, in particular, on the implementation of EasyTime with a LISA tool that enables the automatic construction of compilers from language specifications, using Attribute Grammars.
Keywords: domain specific modelling language, compiler, code generator, measuring time
Published in DKUM: 06.07.2017; Views: 1090; Downloads: 316
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A preliminary study on various implementation approaches of domain-specific language
Tomaž Kosar, Pablo E. Martínez López, Pablo A. Barrientos, Marjan Mernik, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: Various implementation approaches for developing a domain-specific language are available in literature. There are certain common beliefs about the advantages/disadvantages of these approaches. However, it is hard to be objective and speak in favor of a particular one, since these implementation approaches are normally compared over diverse application domains. The purpose of this paper is to provide empirical results from ten diverse implementation approaches for domain-specific languages, but conducted using the same representative language. Comparison shows that these discussed approaches differ in terms of the effort need to implement them, however, the effort needed by a programmer to implement a domain-specific language should not be the only factor taken into consideration. Another important factor is the effort needed by an end-user to rapidly write correct programs using the produced domain-specific language. Therefore, this paper also provides empirical results on end-user productivity, which is measured as the lines of code needed to express a domain-specific program, similarity to the original notation, and how error-reporting and debugging are supported in a given implementation.
Keywords: domain-specific languages, embedded approach, preprocessing, compiler/interpreter generator, extesible compiler/interpreter
Published in DKUM: 01.06.2012; Views: 1326; Downloads: 91
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