The Structure of Directly Executed Languages: A New Theory of Interpretive System Design.
STANFORD UNIV CALIF STANFORD ELECTRONICS LABS
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This paper concerns two important issues in the design of optimal languages for direct execution in an interpretive system binding the operand identifiers in an executable instruction unit to the arguments of the routine implementing the operator defined by that instruction and binding operand identifiers to execution variables. These issues are central to the performance of a system, both in space and time.
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