|Reference wanted for post-Dragon Book issues paullu@cs.UAlberta.CA (1990-02-20)|
|Re: Reference wanted for post-Dragon Book issues email@example.com (1990-03-02)|
|Re: Reference wanted for post-Dragon Book issues firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-03-06)|
|From:||email@example.com (Kai Ivo Quale)|
|Date:||2 Mar 90 13:23:26 GMT|
|Organization:||University of Oslo, Norway|
In article <1990Feb20.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
paullu@cs.UAlberta.CA (Paul Lu) writes:
> The Dragon Book (Aho/Sethi/Ullman's compiler book) is often
> recognized as an excellent reference on compiler writing.
> Are there other such texts, good survey articles or books
> on issue not covered (or not in detail) in the Dragon Book?
I am writing a thesis that involves implementing a code generator and runtime
system for a language strongly resembling OBJ. I would be very interested in
* code generation,
* runtime systems,
* memory management and
* compilation of applicative languages like Lisp, OBJ etc.
Suggestions, anyone ?
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