TDT 4205 Compilers -- Spring 2012

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Dr. Anne C. Elster

TAs: Hallgeir Lien (Und. Ass.) and Benjamin Bjørnseth (Stud. Ass.)

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. See syllabus for details.

Goal: 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:

  • Mondays 15:15-16:00 lecture in R3
  • Thursdays 8:15-10:00 lecture in B1 -- starts Jan 12!
  • Fridays 14:15-16:00 -- recitation in F6

    NB! You need to let the instructor know at the beginning of the semster if you cannot make all lectures!!

    Prerequesites (forutsetninger): 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%)


    Starting week 3, Contact the TA (Hallgeir Lien to get on the mailing list, get a Unix account, and to make sure to receive the assignments.

  • 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.)

    Late Assigments

    For each day the Problem Sets are handed in late, 10% of the score will be deducted.

  • Syllabus/ Material covered (Pensum)

    TDT 4205 syllabus Sp2012 for details. Similar to TDT 4205 syllabus Sp2010

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