CSCI 447 - Spring 2001
733 Falaki Academic Center, Ext: 5305
Office Hours: UTR 10-12 noon
firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 010-5288775
Lab Hours: UTMW 5-7 (491 Lab)
Heba El Tahhan
Lab Hours: UT 4-6 (491 Lab)
Prerequisite: CSCI 325. Offered in fall and spring.
Principles and practices in the design of compilers. Lexical analysis. Syntax analysis, top-down and bottom-up parsing. Syntax-directed translation and syntax trees. Declarations, types, and symbol management. Run-time environments, storage organization, parameter passing, dynamic storage allocation. Intermediate languages and intermediate code generation. Code generation and optimization. Project: students construct a simple compiler that generates unoptimized code.
Kenneth Louden, Compiler Construction: Principles and Practice, PWS publishing company, 1997.
Aho, Sethi, and Ullman, Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools, Addison Wesley, 1988.
To present a practical approach to the subject of compiler construction.
To cover the components of a compiler and how they fit together.
To automate the generation of compiler components using Lex and Yacc.
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Data types and type checking.
Midterm Exam: Saturday, April 21 at 2 pm, Room 210 Falaki Academic Center
Final Exam: Sunday, May 27, 9-11 am, Room 712 Falaki Academic Center
Written assignments and quizzes: 15%
Programming assignments: 30%
Midterm Exam: 20% or 25%
Final Exam : 35% or 30%
Last Updated: June 2001 by Dr. Muhamed Mudawar