|Jan 17||No lab on Jan 19|
|Jan 19||First half of the project is now online.|
|Feb 1||Extension granted to the 8:th for homework 3.|
|Feb 7||Further extension granted to the 10:th for homework 3.|
|Feb 8||Step 3 of the project is now online.|
|Feb 22||Step 4 of the project is now online.|
|Mar 6||Today was the last lecture. Remaining scheduled lectures are cancelled!.|
|Mar 6||Schedule time for the lab-presentation!|
The goal of this course is to provide practically useful knowledge in how compilers translate programs
in a high-level language into executable machine code. In addition, the course aims to give skills in using
theoretical as well as concrete tools for compiler construction, and also to provide a comprehension for the
interplay between language design and implementation techniques for modern programming languages.
Official description in the course catalog.
Room: A2306 (part-time in Skellefteå)
Phone: 0920 - 49 21 56, alt. 0910 - 58 53 18
Peter A. Jonsson
Room: A2306 (Due to change)
Andrew W. Appel with Jens Palsberg
Modern compiler implementation in Java.
Cambridge University Press, 2nd edition, 2002.
View the on-line schedule information.
Written exam: March 16 (5 hours)
analysis and finite automata
Parser generators and abstract syntax
Introduction to code generation
functions and objects
Continuing code generation
Buffer / repetition
- All assignments are carried out individually, and are mandatory for final grading.
- Assignments will be handed out after the first lecture each week.
- Homework solutions must be turned in by email before first lecture the following week.
- Graded homeworks (U,G,VG) will be returned yet another week later.
- Each homework grading affects the final course grading as follows:
- VG – 1 bonus mark on the final exam (plus the extra encouragement!)
- G – 1 bonus mark (plus hints about where you can improve!)
- U – 0 bonus marks (plus a warning that you must improve!)
- Note: All homeworks assignments must be handed in, or you will automatically fail the final
examination (i.e., the 3p written exam part).