Best Reference Books – Programming Language Translators

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Programming Language Translators subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Programming Language Translators along with reviews.

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1. “The Spoken Language Translator (Studies in Natural Language Processing)” by Manny Rayner and David Carter

“The Spoken Language Translator (Studies in Natural Language Processing)” Book Review: This book is helpful for both who wish to know what is achievable in spoken language. The book provides detailed information of spoken language translators. It contains majorly language processing components, built on SRI core language.

2. “Program Phases: A Programming Language and Api Translator” by Dave Mihalik

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“Program Phases: A Programming Language and Api Translator” Book Review: The book is helpful to understand programming languages.The book contains a combination of programs like Java, Visual FoxPro, C, C++, Python and Delphi.

3. “Compiler Technology: Tools, Translators and Language Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” by Derek Beng Kee Kiong

“Compiler Technology: Tools, Translators and Language Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)” Book Review: The book is suitable for undergraduate students This book is fundamental to computer science. It provides information about tools, translators and language implementation is to enable quick development of analysis tools. It consists of various exercises where users will find intricacies of language implementation.

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4. “Language Implementation Patterns (Pragmatic Programmers)” by Terence Parr

“Language Implementation Patterns (Pragmatic Programmers)” Book Review: The book provides information on building configuration file readers, data readers, model driven code generators and source analyzers. It consists of most common design patterns along with sample implementation of each.

5. “Natural Language Processing of Semitic Languages (Theory and Applications of Natural Language Processing)” by Imed Zitouni

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“Natural Language Processing of Semitic Languages (Theory and Applications of Natural Language Processing)” Book Review: This book addresses interesting and challenging languages for NLP research of semitic languages. It gives information on algorithms and techniques and how these techniques are used in semitic languages. It is based on practical application.

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