Compilerbau (Compiler Construction) + Seminar

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TU Dresden | Semester overlapping Compilerbau (Compiler Construction) + Seminar

This is a general course on compiler construction suitable not only for students of the IST program, but also for EE & CS students that would like to understand how a high level language is step-wise translated into optimized machine code. This lecture is ideal to put theoretical concepts of computer science into practice, to learn about the impact of processor architecture on software performance and to learn/refresh basic and advance optimization techniques.

The lecture covers the following topics:

  • Lexical analysis
  • Syntax analysis
  • Semantic analysis
  • Intermediate representation
  • Control & dataflow analysis
  • Compiler optimizations
  • Target architectures
  • Code selection
  • Scheduling
  • Register allocation

Language: English (winter semester), Deutsch (Sommersemester)

Lecture: Wednesday 11:10 - 12:40 in ZEU/0250/Z

Exercise: Monday 11:10 - 12:40 in POT/0013/U

Lecture material: Is available in this OPAL course.

Exercise: The exercise will be uploaded in this OPAL course. We do not list a separate OPAL course anymore.

Website: The website of the chair can be found here.

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