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CS 1622: Introduction to Compiler Design

3 credits

Description

This course intoduces the basic concepts of compiler design and implementation. Topics include: lexical analysis, various types of parsers, intermediate and object code generation and code optimization. Material will be presented from an implementation point of view rather than from a formal approach. The impact of language design on compilers will also be examined.

Prerequisites

CS 0441 and CS 0447.

Requirements and Grading

A compiler project, assignments, 1 or 2 exams, and a final examination.

Recitation: None.

Expected class size: 35 students.

Frequency: This course is offered in the Spring term.

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