Iburg

Iburg

A program by Christopher W. Fraser <cwf@research.att.com>, David R. Hanson <drh@princeton.edu> and Todd A. Proebsting <todd@cs.arizona.edu> that generates a fast tree parser.

Iburg is compatible with Burg. Both programs accept a cost-augmented tree grammar and emit a C program that discovers an optimal parse of trees in the language described by the grammar. They have been used to construct fast optimal instruction selectors for use in code generation. Burg uses BURS. Iburg's matchers do dynamic programming at compile time.

ftp://ftp.cs.princeton.edu/pub/iburg.tar.Z.
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(27.) Mathers CD, Bernard C, Iburg KM, Inoue M, Ma Fat D, Shibuya K, Stein C, Tomijima N, Xu H.
MISSOURI--Amanda Ahne, Gary Britton, Julie Buehler, Amy Caywood, Michael Duncan, Stacey Iburg, Patryce Jackson, Nisha Johnson, Carrie Lee, Matthew Lewis, Jessica Liss.
Iburg et al., Global burden of disease data sources, methods and results, WHO, 2008, https://apps .who.int/infobase/Comparisons.aspx.
Code selection pass is generated by the IBURG tool ([22-23]) from tree cover rules and their costs.
(19.) Mathers CD, Bernard C, Iburg KM, Inoue M, MaFat D, Shibuya K, Stein C, Anda.
[4.] Mathers CD, Bernard C, Iburg K, Inoue M, Ma Fat D, Shibuya K, Stein C, Tomijima N.
Mathers, C.D., Bernard, C., Iburg, K.M, Inoue, M., Fat, D.M., Shibuya, K., Stein, C., Tomijima, N., & Hongyi, X.
In addition to the players described earlier, other 19th-century athletes who were mistakenly identified as Jewish include Steve Behel, Julie Freeman, Herman Iburg, Broadway Alex Smith, and Joe Strauss.
(22.) Mathers CD, Bernard C, Iburg KM, Inoue M, Fat DM, Shibuya K, Stein C, Tomijima N, Xu H.