Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Published byTodd Tyler Modified over 2 years ago

1
Sigmac: Sigma Calculus Interpreter By Peer Vonna-Michell 225452

2
Aims of the Project Develop an Interpreter supporting: The Sigma Calculus Imperative Operations Integer extensions Arithmetic expressions Functions (Translated into Sigma Calc.)

3
What is the Sigma Calculus? Small Object-based Language Objects are the only primitives No classes Allows easy prototyping of languages Implementation free Ideal for OO languages Formal understanding of objects Semantics, typing, inheritance, etc.

4
Why? Expressions can be difficult to evaluate, and the interpreter allows for: Accurate evaluation Implicit translation of more complex expressions. I.e. Functions Ease of use Provides a medium with which to rationalise about OO languages and features.

5
Syntax Overview a, b ::=term xvariable kconstant [l i = (x i ) b i i1..n ]object a.lmethod invocation a.l (x) b methods update let x = a in bsequential eval clone(a)shallow copy fun(x) afunction definition fun(x)function call

6
Semantic Overview of Primitives Object reductions Let o[l i =(x i ) b i i1..n ] Invocation reductions o.l j b j { x j ← o } Update reduction o.l j (y) b [l j = (y) b, l i = (x i ) b i i (1..n)-{j} ]

7
Basic Interpreter Eval([l i =(x i ) b i i1..n ]) [l i =(x i ) b i i1..n ] Eval(a.l j ) Let o = Eval(a) in If o is of the form [l i =(x i ) bi {x i } i1..n ] with j1..n Then Eval(b j {o}) Else wrong Eval(a.l j (x) b) Let o = Eval(a) in If o is of the form [l i =(x i ) b i i1..n ] with j1..n Then Eval([l j =(x) b, l i =(xi) b i i1..n - {j} ]) Else wrong

8
Sigmac Packages Split into 6 main packages AST – Syntax Classes Arithmetic Eval – Evaluated -Objects Parser – Javacc Classes TextUI Classes GUIUI Classes

9
Sigmac Architecture Part 1 AST Classes Expression eval(Env) V eval() name O eval() Invoke eval() name Update eval() name F name Body expr * Let eval() expr1 expr2 Clone eval() expr Arithmetic eval(Env) op1 op2 Add eval(Env) Sub eval(Env) Parenthesis eval(Env) expr Function eval(Env) translate() Multiply eval(Env) Modulo eval(Env) Divide eval(Env) Note: All eval() methods should in fact be eval(Env). This is not shown due to space restrictions.

10
Sigmac Architecture Part 2 Eval Classes Value convert() Env Obj convert() Atomic Convert() Int convert() number Field name Method binderName Binder name Expression * *

11
BNF Tokens Part 1 SKIP: {" "|"\t"|"\n"|"\r"|"\r\n"} TOKEN: { } //End of Expression TOKEN: { } TOKEN: {

12
BNF Tokens Part 2 TOKEN: { }

13
Example – Bank Account bankAccount = [balance = @(s) 0; name = @(s) joe; withdraw = @(this) fun(x) this.balance < @(p) ((this.balance) - x); deposit = @(this) fun(x) this.balance < @(p) ((this.balance) + x); ]; amount = 5 * 20; (bankAccount.deposit(amount)).balance;

Similar presentations

OK

Assignments and Procs w/Params EOPL3 Chapter 4. Expressible vs. Denotable values Expressible Values –the language can express and compute these –represented.

Assignments and Procs w/Params EOPL3 Chapter 4. Expressible vs. Denotable values Expressible Values –the language can express and compute these –represented.

© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Signal generator and display ppt on tv Ppt on various layers of the earth Ppt on p&g products samples Ppt on self development activities Ppt on nuclear family vs joint family Ppt on different sectors of economy Ppt on column chromatography setup Ppt on infosys company history Ppt on history of australia Free ppt on uses of water