What did you expect? A compiler for ALDiSP, obviously. Centerpiece is an abstract interpreter (derived by beefing up a "standard" interpreter manually derived from the very semantics of the language) that generates code attributes which are then used by a reconstrcution phase to piece together the final program. The whole shebang is an instance of a "partial evaluation" technique.
Some slides made for a presentation made in 1990, stored as a compressed TeX DVI file (10k). [For those of you reading this from TU Berlin Mosaic: xdvi takes a long time to display them, since it can't find some of the fonts.] Tough luck if you don't understand German.
Current State of my PhD thesis. If you can't access it, you have catched me editing! You can access a DVI version or a PostScript version.
There is an unfinished document that proposes an abstract aldisp machine. The ALDiSP page in the Forschungsführer Informatik.
See also my List of Publications.
¹ If you are interested in partial evaluation, send me a mail; I might compile a page with a short introductory article and some references.
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