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Jacobs, Parsing Techniques: a Practical Guide. …
answered Dec 2 '14 by Martin Berger
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This involved removing ambiguity and (relevant only for some form of parsing) left-recursion. Many notions of normal form have been invented form this purpose, with parsers that can handle these NFs. … I'm interested in going the other way: How to make machine-parsable grammars more readable by giving up on machine parsability (or at least making parsing harder). …
asked Mar 14 '19 by Martin Berger