syntax tree

syntax tree

(mathematics, theory, language)
A tree representing the abstract syntax of some tokens in a language.
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Abstract syntax tree based approach converts source code into an abstract syntax tree and traverse the tree for finding a similar sub tree.
An expression that defines a circuit represents a program in a form of a syntax tree, which is the basic representation of a genotype in GP.
The first step on the producer side is to analyze the input program syntactically and semantically and to transform it into an abstract syntax tree (AST).
The nodes of an abstract syntax tree are used to generate a suffix tree and we use the same methods on the suffix tree that have been successfully applied to biological sequence matching to search for duplicate sections of code.
First, the source program is parsed and an abstract syntax tree and a symbol table are constructed.
The only place in which we pose a text-matching query or name a structural component is at the leaves of the query syntax tree.
6 provides greater compile-time and runtime performance improvements, abstract syntax tree (AST) transformations that support transformation annotations, and out-of-the-box support for OSGi.
Our recognition algorithm assumes that the program has been translated into an abstract syntax tree with frames used to represent each program action and its relationship to other actions.
Abstract Syntax Tree Metamodel (ASTM), Philip Newcomb, The Software Revolution, Inc.
Finally, the third RFP will define an Abstract Syntax Tree Metamodel that allows computer code in any language to be represented in a single standard form.
pdf) Merkelized Abstract Syntax Trees , a way for cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and litecoin to layer with smart contracts.
Uses covered include address syntax crunching unavailable with regular expressions tools; building compilers and interpreters; interpreting code, configuration files or other structured format; and key programming techniques, including abstract syntax trees and symbol tables.