|Learning compiler technology email@example.com (Jami) (2000-06-20)|
|Re: Learning compiler technology firstname.lastname@example.org (Jacques Thibault) (2000-06-22)|
|Re: Learning compiler technology email@example.com (2000-06-27)|
|Re: Learning compiler technology firstname.lastname@example.org (John H. Lindsay) (2000-06-27)|
|Re: Learning compiler technology email@example.com (Armel) (2000-06-27)|
|From:||Jacques Thibault <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||22 Jun 2000 01:43:58 -0400|
|Organization:||Wanadoo, l'internet avec France Telecom|
|Keywords:||courses, books, comment|
Learning compiler technology requires a little university level maths
(algebra, set theory, ...)
Compiler Design : principles, Techniques and Tools
Aho, Sethi, Ullman (Addison Wesley).
A little old but good for beginners.
Web sites :
(Researchers in Programming Languages and Compilers)
- http://www.compilers.net (many books references)
> I'm interested in learning compiler technology and I have some guestions.
> -What level of maths one needs to know to understand compiler technology?
> -Does compiler technology books presume university level maths?
> -What books would you recommend?
> -What other sources would you recommend (e.g web pages)?
> Thanks in advance.
> [There's lots of resources in the FAQ. Some set theory is useful, but
> I wouldn't think other college-level math was essential. -John]
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