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CSCI 3367 Compilers (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

Compilers are programs that implement high level programming languages by translating programs in such languages into machine code or some other easy to process representation. This course deals with the principles and techniques used in the design of compilers. Topics include parsing, static analysis, translation, memory management and code optimization. This course includes a significant programming project.


Instructor(s): Robert Muller

Prerequisites: CSCI2271 and CSCI2272.

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Last Updated: 01-Apr-14