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Compilers

Principles, Techniques and Tools

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Publisher: Pearson Education Limited

4.4
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Language:English | Number of Pages: 500 | Format: Paperback | In other languages: (other languages) Chi simplified

Isbn-10: 0201101947 | Isbn-13: 9780201101942 | Publish date:  | Edition International Ed

Also available as: Hardcover , Others

Category: Computer & Technology , Reference , Textbook

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Book Description
This introduction to compilers is the direct descendant of the well-known book by Aho and Ullman, Principles of Compiler Design. The authors present updated coverage of compilers based on research and techniques that have been developed in the field over the past few years. The book provides a thorough introduction to compiler design and covers topics such as context-free grammars, fine state machines, and syntax-directed translation.
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    Still don't have the dragon book?

    Compiler design is a huge field and this book is a mirror of this field. The language is clear and the notation used by authors simplify understanding of the material. This book covers the main ...continue

    Compiler design is a huge field and this book is a mirror of this field. The language is clear and the notation used by authors simplify understanding of the material. This book covers the main topics relevant to compiler design:

    1) Introduction to compiling 2) A simple one-pass compiler 3) Lexycal analysis 4) Syntax analysis 5) Syntax-directed translation 6) Type checking 7) Run-time Environments 8) Intermediate code generation 9) Code generation 10) Code optimization

    plus other chapters with some hints and a programming project.

    Some people said that this book is too "heavy" for an introductory course on compiler design. I think that all people reading a book of this entity should have at least a basic understanding of theoretical computer science, like finite state machines, grammars, and regular expressions. All the material is well organized. The book starts with an introduction to compiler design, ideas and basic principles. Then it develops concepts in the rest of the book. Of course this is not an easy reading but this is not a problem of the book. Compiler theory is complex and this book try to explain it in the clearest way possible. I like this book, after reading this you'll have all the skills to read more advanced books about this subject. This book has always been considered the standard textbook about compiler design and I recommend it to all people interested in this wonderful subject. Highly recommended.

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  • 5

    Il libro definitivo sui compilatori. Sì, anche dei linguaggi object oriented. Sì, anche dei linguaggi funzionali. Sì, anche delle macchine virtuali. Potrebbe essere svecchiato qua e là, ma c'è ...continue

    Il libro definitivo sui compilatori. Sì, anche dei linguaggi object oriented. Sì, anche dei linguaggi funzionali. Sì, anche delle macchine virtuali. Potrebbe essere svecchiato qua e là, ma c'è tutto. (Comunque nel frattempo è uscita una nuova edizione.)

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  • 5

    Lo stato dell'arte dei compilatori.

    In perenne consultazione, e comprare la nuova edizione non mi sembra saggio - piu' che altro non me la sento, poiche' sono realmente affezionato al "dragon book - ...continue

    Lo stato dell'arte dei compilatori.

    In perenne consultazione, e comprare la nuova edizione non mi sembra saggio - piu' che altro non me la sento, poiche' sono realmente affezionato al "dragon book - ma primo o poi lo dovro' fare.

    E' arte pura Signori, l'informatica al livello piu' alto; ci sono voluti anni per comprenderlo appieno, l'avro' ripreso in mano centinaia di volte, e lo scotch e' l'unica salvezza di alcune pagine. Lo amo - metaforicamente parlando - piu' che altro amo i concetti, un compilatore e' l'essenza dell'informatica stessa.

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