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Programming Languages Theory Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Programming Languages Theory, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Programming Languages Lecture Notes

This note presents major features of programming languages, with primary emphasis on the role of particular language features in writing good software; programming language design alternatives; various programming paradigms embodied in languages, such as procedural, data-flow, functional and object-oriented languages.

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Introduction to Programming Lectures Notes

Objective of this note is to teach the fundamental principles of programming, making use of the typical aspects of the object-oriented, functional, and imperative programming paradigms. Such basic principles are presented by referring to the Java programming language.

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Foundations of Programming for High Performance Computing

This course note is an introduction to high performance computing (HPC) on modern desktop computer architectures. The targeted audience is undergraduate students who are not engaged in a computer science program but who want to be exposed to the principles HPC (relevant to desktop computers) and take advantage of them in their field of study.

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Concepts of Programming Languages

This note covers the following topics: Functional Languages, Imperative Languages, Object-Oriented Languages, Constraint Languages and Logic Programming Languages.

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Languages Lecture Notes

This lecture note explains the following concepts related to programming languages such as fundamental concepts of language design, Programming paradigms, Basic concepts of language implementation, Programming environments, History of programming languages and some recent directions in programming languages research.

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Dictionary of Programming Languages

The Dictionary of Programming Languages is a compendium of computer coding methods assembled to provide information and aid your appreciation for computer science history. The dictionary currently has over 120 entries.

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Programming Languages (S.F. Smith)PDF

This book is a much more appropriate book for a modern programming languages course than a traditional one based on paradigms. Topics covered includes: Parsing, Interpretation, Desugaring, Adding Functions to the Language, From Substitution to Environments, Functions Anywhere, Mutation: Structures and Variables, Recursion and Cycles: Procedures and Data, Objects, Memory Management, Representation Decisions, Desugaring as a Language Feature, Control Operations, Checking Program Invariants Statically: Types, Checking Program Invariants Dynamically: Contracts and Alternate Application Semantics.

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How Language Works (M. Gasser)

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Programming Languages Application and Interpretation

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Computer Languages History

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Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages

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Implementing Functional Languages A Tutorial

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Partial Evaluation and Automatic Program Generation

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