Paul Klint spends much of his time researching Programming language, Software engineering, Domain-specific language, Software maintenance and Compiler. Programming language and Object language are two areas of study in which Paul Klint engages in interdisciplinary work. His studies in Software engineering integrate themes in fields like Parsing, Software evolution, Class, XML and Grammar.
His Domain-specific language research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Software development, Artificial intelligence and Natural language processing. His study in Compiler is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Program analysis, Functional programming, Abstract machine, Lisp and Scheme. His research in Implementation intersects with topics in Software and Specification language.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Programming language, Software engineering, Software, Software development and Artificial intelligence. His study in Programming language concentrates on Rewriting, Metaprogramming, Programming language specification, Parsing and Program analysis. In his research on the topic of Metaprogramming, Domain-specific language and Java is strongly related with Source code.
He interconnects Component-based software engineering, Software visualization, Software maintenance and Software quality in the investigation of issues within Software engineering. In his study, COBOL is inextricably linked to Compiler, which falls within the broad field of Software development. His work on Artificial intelligence is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Natural language processing.
His main research concerns Programming language, Metaprogramming, Software engineering, Source code and Software. His works in Software analysis pattern, Scripting language, Domain-specific language, Parse tree and Parsing are all subjects of inquiry into Programming language. His Metaprogramming research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Domain, Program analysis, Algebraic specification, Executable and Code refactoring.
Paul Klint works mostly in the field of Executable, limiting it down to concerns involving Programming language specification and, occasionally, Specification language. His Software engineering research includes elements of Quality, Sketch, Software visualization, Systems engineering and Software quality. Paul Klint combines subjects such as Java, Inference and Rule-based machine translation with his study of Software.
Paul Klint mainly focuses on Programming language, Metaprogramming, Software engineering, Source code and Java. Programming language is closely attributed to Transformation in his study. His research integrates issues of Software, Code refactoring, SQL and Pattern matching in his study of Software engineering.
His Software research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Type safety, Inference, Rule-based machine translation and Metalanguage. In Source code, Paul Klint works on issues like Domain, which are connected to Documentation. His studies deal with areas such as Rewriting and Semantics as well as Parsing.
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Domain-specific languages: an annotated bibliography
Arie van Deursen;Paul Klint;Joost Visser.
Sigplan Notices (2000)
A meta-environment for generating programming environments
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (1993)
The ASF+SDF Meta-environment: A Component-Based Language Development Environment
Mark G. J. van den Brand;Arie van Deursen;Jan Heering;H. A. de Jong.
compiler construction (2001)
The Asf+Sdf Meta-Environment: A Component-Based Language Development Environment
M.G.J. van den Brand;A. van Deursen;J. Heering;H.A. de Jong.
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science (2001)
The syntax definition formalism SDF—reference manual—
J. Heering;P. R. H. Hendriks;P. Klint;J. Rekers.
Sigplan Notices (1989)
J. A. Bergstra;Jan Heering;Paul Klint.
Domain-Specific Language Design Requires Feature Descriptions
Arie Van Deursen;Paul Klint.
computer and information technology (2002)
Little languages: little maintenance
Arie van Deursen;Paul Klint.
Journal of Software Maintenance: Research and Practice archive (1998)
RASCAL: A Domain Specific Language for Source Code Analysis and Manipulation
Paul Klint;Tijs van der Storm;Jurgen Vinju.
source code analysis and manipulation (2009)
Toward an engineering discipline for grammarware
Paul Klint;Ralf Lämmel;Chris Verhoef.
ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (2005)
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