Methods and Tools for Compiler Construction: An Advanced Course
Cambridge University Press, 1984 - Computers - 398 pages
For a long time compiler construction was considered an operation to be carried out by only a few skilled specialists. However, over the past decade, numerous theoretical advances have led to a methodology of compiler writing as well as to tools for automatic and semi-automatic compiler construction. This book is the result of an advanced course sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities and the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique. The course 'Methods and Tools for Compiler Construction' was held in Rocquencourt in December 1983. The volume places its emphasis on specific areas where significant improvements have been made, including attribute grammars, compilation from semantic definitions. code generation and optimization and Ada compiling.
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