[“From SPRING to SUMMER: Design, Definition and Implementation of Programming Languages for String Manipulation and Pattern Matching”, Paul Klint, Math Centre, Amsterdam 1982].
noun 1. a musical composition, usually in three or four movements, for four stringed instruments, typically two violins, viola, and cello. 2. a first violinist, second violinist, violist, and cellist forming a group for the performance of string quartets and similar music. string quartet noun (music) 1. an instrumental ensemble consisting of two violins, one […]
- String reduction
A reduction system where an expression is represented as a string of function names, constants and parentheses. It is reduced by replacing parts of the string representing subterms by their value. It is harder to represent sharing of subexpressions in string reduction than in graph reduction. (1995-02-06)
noun 1. a slender cord or thick thread used for binding or tying; line. 2. something resembling a cord or thread. 3. Also called cosmic string. Physics. a mathematical entity used to represent elementary particles, as gravitons, quarks, or leptons, in terms of a small but finite stringlike object existing in the four dimensions of […]
- Strings attached
see: no strings attached