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USENIX 1994 Very High Level Languages Symposium Proceedings

October 26-28, 1994
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Table of Contents

An Anecdote about ML Type Inference
Andrew Koenig, AT&T Bell Laboratories

libscheme: Scheme as a C Library
Brent W. Benson Jr., Harris Computer Systems

A New Architecture for the Implementation of Scripting Languages
Adam Sah and Jon Blow, University of California, Berkeley

Tcl/Tk for a Personal Digital Assistant
Karin Petersen, Xerox PARC

Using Tcl to Control a Computer-Participative Multimedia Programming Environment
Christopher J. Lindblad, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TkPerl -- A port of the Tk toolkit to Perl5
Dr. Malcolm Beattie, Oxford University Computing Services

Rapid Programming with Graph Rewrite Rules
Dr. Andy Schürr, University of Technology, Aachen, German

End-User Systems, Reusability and High-Level Design
Glenn S. Fowler, John J. Snyder, and Kiem-Phong Vo, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Compiling Matlab
Stephen C. Johnson, Melismatic Software and Cleve Moler, The MathWorks, Inc.

ksh: An Extensible High Level Language
David G. Korn, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Fornax: A General-Purpose Programming Language
J. Storrs Hall, Laboratory for Computer Science Research, Rutgers University

Graphics Programming in Icon Version 9
Clinton L. Jeffery, University of Texas, San Antonio

Two Application Languages in Software Production
David A. Ladd and J. Christopher Ramming, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Using a Very High Level Language to Build Families of High Quality Reusable Components
Gary F. Pollice, CenterLine Software Inc. and University of Massachusetts, Lowell

Dixie Languages and Interpreter Issues
R. Stockton Gaines, University of Southern California, Information Sciences Institute

Feature-Based Portability
Glenn S. Fowler, David G. Korn, John J. Snyder and Kiem-Phong Vo, AT&T Bell Laboratories

Application Experience with an Implicitly Parallel Composition Language
R. Jagannathan and Chris Dodd, Computer Science Laboratory, SRI International


Program Chair: Tom Christiansen, Consultant
Jon Bentley, AT&T Bell Laboratories
Stephen C. Johnson, Melismatic Software
Brian Kernighan, AT&T Bell Laboratories
John Ousterhout, University of California, Berkeley
Henry Spencer, University of Toronto
Larry Wall, NetLabs, Inc.