Jun 25, 2019  
2018-2019 Graduate Academic Catalog 
    
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CSIS 662 - Compiler Design and Implementation


This course covers the theory and practice of compilers. Topics include a study of grammar, languages, BNF, finite state automata, top-down and bottom-up parsing methods, operator precedence grammars, LL(k) and LR(k) parsers. Topics covered are lexical analysis, syntax analysis, syntax-directed translation, type checking, issues with the run-time environment, code generation and code optimization. In class projects, we will focus on the design and implementation of the following four stages of compilation for a subset of a modern imperative programming language: lexical analysis, parsing, code generation and code optimization.

Requisites: MATH 300, Automata Theory, or equivalent

Credits:3 cr



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