Thesite offers some interesting editorials on questions of English style and usage.
Lingsoft presents: Seven *Free* Linguistic Demos at URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/ * ENGCG: Constraint Grammar Parser of English URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/engcg * ENGTWOL: English morphological analyser URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/engtwol * FINHYP9: Finnish hyphenation URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/finhyp9 * FINSTEMS: Finnish search stems URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/finstems * FINTWOL: Finnish morphological analyser URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/fintwol * GERTWOL: German morphological analyser URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/gertwol * SWETWOL: Swedish morphological analyser URL:http://www.lingsoft.fi/cgi-pub/swetwol
The printer ate the paper.
La presilo mangxis la paperon.
Eurolang (EL) is yet another attempt at an artificial language. The author of EL, Philip Hunt (email@example.com), aims for an interesting definition of ``success'': ``The design goal of EL is to make it as easy to read as possible for someone still learning the language who doesn't know much vocabulary, but does know its grammar (in particular it's rules for word formation). I hope to design EL such that, after having studied it for one day (this might have to be extended to 1 weekend), a reasonably well- educated European should be able to read it without too much recourse to a dictionary. '' Sample text with translation:
Eurolang est actifacta lang, qui me creatab est comuna 2a lang per la Europa Unized (EU). On basab its word-list super England-lang, France-lang, Italian-lang, Espanyan-lang et Latin. Me intend, ka lernation et usation it est facila.
Eurolang is a constructed language which I designed to be a common second language for the European Union (EU). Its vocabulary is based on English, French, Italian, Spanish and Latin. It is intended to be easy to learn and use.
UFO (United Functions and Objects) comes from Manchester University. The ftp site is ftp.cs.man.ac.uk. In directory /pub/TR you will find: UMCS-93-1-4.ps.Z - an overview of the language, and UMCS-94-5-1.ps.Z - a description of our Uflow computational model.
Alternatively, there's one of these new-fangled URL thingies: http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/csonly/cstechrep/index.html for UMCS tech reports in general.
Both the language and the model have been substantially revised since these where written, so use them to get the flavour of what we're doing but don't rely on the details. There will be a release of up-to-date documentation and software in April. There's also a less out-of-date paper in LNCS 742 (proceedings of the 1st JSSST International Symposium on Object Technologies for Advanced Software).
I guess I should also warn you that UFO is not a pure functional language (by any of the definitions of pure I've seen here) although a statically identified subset of it is. We handle explicit state in an actor-like style. Sorry, no monads :-)
If you haven't tried it, you should. It's very nice. URL =
(Now if CMU and/or the internet would be less loaded...)
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I know about the sites below, many of which will include papers Lloyd ALLISON Dept. of Computer Science, Monash University, Clayton, Victoria 3168, AUSTRALIA tel: 61 3 905 5205 fax: 61 3 905 5146 email: email@example.com Bibliography ------------------------------- %T Glasgow University %D 1993 %K Glasgow, university, Scotland, UK, Europe, Computer Science, CS, CSci, computing, Functional Programming language, FP, Haskell, Gofer, journal, jrnl, JFP, www, site, page, information, HREF, URL, FTP %X DCS Glasgow Glasgow FP %T Imperial College, London University %D 1994 %K Imperial, college, university, IC, London, England, UK, Europe, Department of Computing, DOC, CS, CSci, computer science, functional programming, FP, logic, LP, Hope, Hope+, language, archive, www, site, page, information, HREF, URL, http %X Dept. Computing, Imperial home SunSITE N. 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Arizona home see Icon and Snobol in the FTP area %T Brigham Young University %D 1994 %K Brigham Young, university, BYU, Utah, USA, Computer Science, CS, CSci, computing, course, lecture, notes, courseware, online, P. Windley, Concepts of Programming Languages, Paradigms, www, site, page, information, HREF, URL, http %X CS BYU home see the Dept resources, online class information: Online course information %T Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University %D 1994 %K Carnegie Mellon University, CMU, USA, CSci, Computer Science, computing, programming language research, languages, Artificial Intelligence, AI, machine learning, repository, archive, Statistics, stats, StatLib, inductive inference, www, site, page, information, HREF, URL, http, FTP %X CMU home CS CMU home Anonymous ftp: ftp.cs.cmu.edu [220.127.116.11] cd /user/ai CSci ftp CMU Programming Language Research CMU A.I. 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Allison %T Functional Programming %D 1994 %K functional, FP, programming, language, computer, computing, www, HREF, http %X Functional Programming page %A J. Farrell %T Functional Programming %D 1994 %K functional, FP, programming, language, computer, computing, www, HREF, http %X JF's FP page %T Programming Language Design and Implementation %K PLDI95 PLDI 95 1995, languages, computer science, CSci, computing, conf, CFP, conference, www, HREF, http %X PLDI 95 via: email: email@example.com Barbara Ryder (11/'94) %T Principles of Programming Languages %K POPL95 POPL 95 1995, language, computer, computing, science, CSci, conf, CFP, conference, www, HREF, http %X POPL 95 via: email: firstname.lastname@example.org Barbara Ryder (11/'94) %A K. E. Iverson %T A Programming Language %I Wiley %D 1962 %K APL, text book, applicative, operator, operators, one liner one-liner programming language definition, PLD, www, HREF, FTP %X FTP APL see also `J'. %A J. Armstrong %A R. Virding %A M. Williams %T Concurrent Programming in Erlang. %I Prentice-Hall %D 1993 %K Erlang, text, book, parallel, concurrent, asynchronous message passing, functional, applicative, FP, programming language definition, PLD, www, HREF, FTP %X isbn: 0-13-285792-8 Erlang info %A R. E. Griswold %A M. T. Griswold %T The Icon Programming Language. %I Prentice-Hall %D 1990 %K Icon, programming language definition, PLD, text book, goal oriented, coroutine coexpression generator, SL5, www, HREF, FTP %X 2nd edn published 1990 ftp: cs.arizona.edu see books and articles on Icon and SL5 %A N. Wirth %T The Programming Language Oberon. %J SPE %V 18 %N 7 %P 671-690 %M JUL %D 1988 %K Oberon, programming language definition, PLD, operating system, www, HREF, FTP %X ftp: neptune.inf.ethz.ch see book by Wirth and Gutknecht '92 via: the programming language list %A R. Griswold %A J. Poage %A I. 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