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1 CMPSC 160 Translation of Programming Languages Lecture 0: Introduction CMPSC 160 – Fall 2010 Instructor: Tevfik Bultan ([email protected]) Office: HFH 2123 Office Hours: TBD Tevfik is sorry to miss the first lecture, he had to present a paper at the Automated Software Engineering Conference in Antwerp, Belgium Teaching Assistant: Yutian Sun ([email protected]) Office Hours: TBD Information about the class will be posted on the class web page http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~bultan/courses/160/index.html
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2 CMPSC 160 Catalog Description: Study of the structure of compilers. Topics include: lexical analysis; syntax analysis including LL and LR parsers; type checking; run-time environments; intermediate code generation; and compiler- construction tools. Prerequisites: CMPSC 130A and CMPSC 138 Prerequisites by Topic: Automata theory and formal languages; Programming in Java; Data structures, algorithms, and complexity Course Material We will use the following textbook: “Engineering a Compiler” by Keith D. Cooper and Linda Torczon Morgan Kaufman (Elsevier) The set of assignments will be updated during the course Additional material is provided on the class Web page
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3 Course Work The course requirements include several projects a midterm and a final exam
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