A Formal and a Cognitive Model of Anaphors in Java

Sebastian Lohmeier

A formal and a cognitive model are in development to demonstrate the feasibility of programming with direct and indirect anaphors. The formal model is based on the Eclipse IDE. The model generates executable code, handles referential ambiguity, highlights anaphora relations, and permits programmers to switch between source code with anaphors and normal Java code. The cognitive model will forecast when a programmer will be able to understand specific indirect anaphors and when normal Java code should be presented instead. Both models lay the foundation for indirect anaphors that are resolved at edit-time and that shorten source code in cases when comprehensibility is expected to be maintained.

 

Type of Publication: Paper
Conference: PPIG 2016 - 27th Annual Conference
Publication Year: 2016
Paper #: 34
TitleA Formal and a Cognitive Model of Anaphors in Java
Publication TypePaper
AuthorsLohmeier, S
PPIG Workshop: 
2016-09-27th