TDT 4205 Compilers -- Spring 2013
Senior Teaching Assistant (vit.ass):
Thomas L. Flach (vit.ass.)
Teaching Assistant (Und.ass).
Lars Kirkholt Melhus
Undergraduate compiler technology course covering the basic
compiler topics from basic finite automata, through use of
lexers, parsers, intermediate code and code generation
and optimizations at the back-end.
syllabus for details. An updated version will be avaiable shortly.
Give the students a good understanding for basic the theory
and proramming that enables modern compilers.
Through this understanding and through the programming
exercises, the students should also become much better programmers.
Time and place:
Thursdays 12:15-14:00 lecture in F2 -- starts Jan 17!
Fridays 8:15-9:00 -- recitation in F6
Mondays 9:15-10:00 Recitation in F2 (starts 8:15 when needed)
NB! You need to let the instructor know at the
beginning of the semster if you cannot make all lectures!!
A crash-course in C will be given during lecture Thursday Jan 17. First regular lecture will be Thursday Jan 24, 2013.
It is recommended that the students have taken a course on operating
systems and knows basic programming well before taking this course.
Contact the instructor if you have any questions.
Credits (Studiepoeng): 7.5
Grading: Final (80%), Mandatory Prog./Prob Assign.(20%)
See It's Learning for assignements, announcements and grading
NOTE: Programming Assignments (Øvinger) count 20% of total
grade and are required passed to take the final.
They MUST be done indiviually! Plagarism (koking) will
not be tollerated.
Assignments handed in after the deadlines without prior authorisation
from the instructor will not be counted unless a formal medical note
can be provided. (see Syllabus and It's Learning for details
re. assignment deadlines.)
Permission for late acceptance will be needed from the instructor at least 2 days before the original due date.
For each day the Problem Sets are handed in late, 10% of the score
will be deducted.
Syllabus/ Material covered (Pensum) -- TBA, but similar to previous course
See for now:
TDT 4205 syllabus Sp2012 for details.
- Operating Systems
- Computer Architecture
- Distributed Systems
- Parallel Computing (TDT 4200)
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