IMPlementation language

IMPlementation language

(language)
(IMP) An extension of B with floating-point operations, developed by W. Davidsen at General Electric in 1970 for the GE 600. It was also cross-compiled to VAX and Intel 8080.
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Most of the implementation language of the draft is very general.
SystemC is a system design and implementation language that is modeled after C++.
It uses Java as the implementation language and the source language, and the example compiler and exercises target the Java Virtual Machine.
There were several initiatives, which main goal was to introduce a visual representation of system's behaviour, independent of implementation language and technology.
A business process model is mapped into an IT flow model that can be regarded as a form of a high-level implementation language. The IT flow model provides a useful abstraction for business process mapping.
In this place, we have to mention the long-term goal for research direction: "How to derive the application directly from high level description?" For that goal, we will use the formal method as high level specification and implementation language. But we only have partial answer to this question, suitable only for narrow problem domain and limited practical usage.
This introduction to Java's APIs for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) and RESTful Web Services (JAX-RS) is for programmers interested in developing Java web services whatever the implementation language. Taking a code-driven approach, the book includes complete examples of Core Java, Core Java with the current metro release, standalone Apache Tomcat, and GlassFish.
We are talking about implementation language with the DOS, Kerry said in a short interview.
TTCN-3 (The Testing and Test Control Notation v3) is a modern test specification and test implementation language that supports all kinds of black-box testing.
Sensible precautions can be put in place such as phased implementation with time, programs for education and capacity building, limited carve outs such as the right to employ members preferentially, implementation language that respects the possibility of recognizing a collective right, and perhaps even specialized Aboriginal panels that have the education to decide cases.
Even more important is the implementation language within section 23 of the UAA that allows one state to extend practice privileges to an individual from another substantially equivalent state.
But when economic conditions worsened in 1932, a clever legislative draftsman at the Hoover Treasury had dusted off the bill and taken the legally questionable step of changing the "implementation language" to make the 1917 act permanent.

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