|compilers = semantics + scheduling text ? email@example.com (Max Hailperin) (1991-10-16)|
|From:||Max Hailperin <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Organization:||Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN|
|Date:||16 Oct 91 13:29:03|
I would like to teach our compilers course for undergraduate seniors
in a way I can roughly sum up with the slogan
compilers = semantics + resource scheduling
In particular, we'd completely bypass lexical analysis and parsing as
being a completely seperate subject (deserving of its own, seperate
course; it just doesn't fit in our four year plan).
My only problem is, I don't know of any textbook oriented towards this
Hence my question: is there such a textbook? Are any of you writing
one and interested in some one to beta-test a draft?
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