Grigore Rosu and Traian Florin Serbanuta gave a definition of SIMPLE in the K framework. They wrote:
SIMPLE is intended to be a pedagogical and research language that captures the essence of the imperative programming paradigm, extended with several features often encountered in imperative languages.
SIMPLE is a somewhat larger imperative language than IMP. Its CBS illustrates further features of the framework. The start of the specification of SIMPLE in CBS is at SIMPLE.
Note that this CBS specification of SIMPLE does not yet include threads, since funcons for threads were not yet available when it was created.
See SIMPLE-Threads for a CBS of the full SIMPLE language.
- abstract syntax: complete, derived from K Overview and SIMPLE Case Study
- dynamic semantics: complete except for concurrency constructs
- static semantics: not specified
- disambiguation: incomplete
- 53 small programs
- high coverage (to be verified)
- initial version
Reuse of funcons:
- imperative, illustrative, simple, disambiguation, K framework
- Thomas van Binsbergen, Peter Mosses, Neil Sculthorpe
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