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Engineering a Compiler
A lit bit boring, filled with well-known facts, very weak front-end. I’ve been reading too many books and papers about compilers the past few months to really enjoy this book very much, especially compared to Kennedy’s and Muchinek’s. While I didn’t think that pseudocode would have particularly enriched these topics, and I Engineering a Compiler is an excellent introductory text on compilers.
All in all I suggest Engineering a Compiler as an excellent candidate for easy entry into a discussion on compilers, or an undergraduate text. Their text re-balances the curriculum for an introductory course in compiler construction to reflect an issues that copper in current practice.
Authors Tofczon Cooper and Linda Torczon convey both the art and the science of compiler construction and show best practice algorithms for the major passes of a compiler. Arul rated it did not like it Aug 19, The proliferation of processors, environments, and constraints on systems has an compiler technology into a wider variety of settings, changing the compiler and compiler writer’s role. This is kind of the “West End” or perhaps “Goals ” of the trio gy form, with the least rigorous presentation and most minimal coverage.
Zhongyue Lin rated it it was amazing Apr 21, LadyFivestar rated it it was amazing Nov 29, In plain english, it is just boring. Engineering a Compiler by Keith D. And yet it is not a reference. Jeremy Cooke rated it really liked it Nov 27, No longer is execution speed the sole criterion for judging compiled code. But after all this is just a intro to compiler.
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In this evolving environment, the task of building a successful compiler relies upon the compiler writer’s ability to balance and blend algorithms, engineering insights, and careful planning. While I didn’t think that pseudocode would have particularly enriched these topics, and I could certainly look up the relevant papers provided in the bibliography, I found the lack of a concrete representation to work with left me somehow wanting more.
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Today’s compiler writer must choose a path through a design space that is filled with diverse alternatives, each with distinct costs, advantages, and complexities. Daniel Ogburn rated it it was amazing Feb 05, Alright book if you are looking for a good overview of compiler concepts. Anakreontas Mentis rated it it was amazing Jun 28, Janelle rated it liked it Nov 24, Return to Book Page.
The problems with books like this is that they skim over topics not going deep into the subject ever. Engineering a Compiler is an excellent introductory text on compilers. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Refresh and try again.
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