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SPLASH 2016
Sun 30 October - Fri 4 November 2016 Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sun 30 Oct 2016 14:20 - 14:45 at Matterhorn 1 - Third Session

It is desirable that the construction of parsers for programming languages be carried out in a measurable and reproducible way, as has been highlighted in a recent stream of research on “grammar engineering”. We are currently exploiting this approach in the development of a parser for the Python programming language. Our research provides a further case study of grammar engineering, as well as highlighting some specific issues relating to the maintenance of consistency across grammar versions.

Sun 30 Oct
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13:30 - 15:10: Third SessionParsing@SLE at Matterhorn 1
13:30 - 13:55
Talk
Parsing@SLE
Nicolas LaurentUniversité Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, Kim MensUniversité Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
13:55 - 14:20
Talk
Parsing@SLE
Friedrich SteimannFernuniversität
14:20 - 14:45
Talk
Parsing@SLE
Brian MalloyClemson University, James PowerMaynooth University
14:45 - 15:10
Demonstration
Parsing@SLE
Ted KaminskiUniversity of Minnesota, Lucas KramerUniversity of Minnesota, Eric Van WykUniversity of Minnesota