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Generating an Action Notation Environment from Montages Descriptions
 

Summary: Generating an Action Notation Environment
from Montages Descriptions
Matthias Anlau 1, Philipp W. Kutter2,
Alfonso Pierantonio2, and Lothar Thiele2
1 GMD FIRST, D-10000 Berlin
ma@first.gmd.de
2 Federal Institute of Technology, CH-8092 Zurich
fkutter, alfonso, thieleg@tik.ee.ethz.ch
Abstract. In the present paper, a methodology is presented which en-
ables the implementation of the Action Notation formalism based on a
formal and modular speci cation. As a result, an interpreter and de-
bugger is automatically generated which allows the visualization of an
Action Notation program execution and the inspection of all semantic
identities in terms of the given formal speci cation.
These results are based on several new concepts. At rst, a formal de-
scription of Action Notation is provided by means of Montages. Montages
are a semi-visual formalism for the speci cation of syntax and semantics
of programming languages. Moreover, the structuring of Action Notation
via facets is re ned and used to de ne a new speci cation architecture
that ensures the required modularity. The tool support for Montages

  

Source: Anlauff, Matthias - Kestrel Institute

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences