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CS507 - Information Systems - Lecture Handout 06

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Systems vs. Procedures

Procedure is a defined set of instructions aimed at describing how to proceed in achieving a pre-defined milestone/target. Systems have collection of predefined procedures related to each other in a sequenced logical manner in order to collectively achieve the desired results. The system & procedures in all kinds of environment are subject to internal controls and checks that are necessary to ensure the effectiveness of the same.

Purpose of Systems & Procedures

The basic purpose behind setting up systems and procedures is to make available information when required. But when procedures are organized in a logical manner to form systems, the value of information as an output of a system enhances. When technology is added to the system, scope of a system changes to include hardware, software and designs linked together in accordance with the procedures contained in that system to give a purposeful architecture.

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CS606 - Compiler Construction - Lecture Handout 33

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Implementing Ad-Hoc Scheme

The parser needs a mechanism to pass values of attributes from definitions in one snippet to uses in another. We will adopt notation used by YACC for snippets and passing values. Recall that the skeleton LR(1) parser stored two values on the stack 〈symbol,state〉.

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