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Compiling Techniques

This course describes the phases of a modern programming language compiler with an emphasis on widely-used techniques.

Context:

There are no formal prerequisites other than CS2.

Syllabus

Activities:

Lectures are given by Björn Franke. They will loosely follow Part 1 of the textbook by Andrew W. Appel with occasional references to other textbooks where appropriate.

Assessment:

An examination paper accounts for 75% of the course mark. The coursework accounts for the remaining 25%.


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\par\stars{3} Andrew W. Appel \emph{Modern Compiler Implement...
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\emph{Crafting a Compiler in C} {Benjamin/Cummings, 1991}.
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