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Compiler Design

Compiler Design



INTRODUCTION TO COMPILERS

LEXICAL ANALYSIS

SYNTAX ANALYSIS

SYNTAX DIRECTED TRANSLATION & RUN TIME ENVIRONMENT

CODE OPTIMIZATION AND CODE GENERATION

LEXICAL ANALYSIS


Algorithms for Solving Nonlinear Equations
Introduction to Compiling Compilers
Analysis of the source program
The Phases of a Compiler
Cousins of Compiler
Grouping of the Phases
Compiler Construction Tools
Lexical Analysis
Input Buffering
Specification of Tokens
Recognition of Tokens
A Language For Specifying Lexical Analyzer
Important Short Questions and Answers : Principles of Compiler Design - Lexical Analysis

SYNTAX ANALYSIS and RUN TIME ENVIRONMENTS


Syntax Analysis
The Role of Parser
Context-Free Grammars
Writing a Grammar
Top down parsing and Bottom up Parsing
Constructing SLR(1) Parsing Table
Type Checking
Specification of a Simple Type Checker
Run-Time Environments - Source Language Issues
Storage Organization
Storage Allocation Strategies
Important Short Questions and Answers: Syntax Analysis and Run-Time Environments

INTERMEDIATE CODE GENERATION


Intermediate Languages
Declarations
Assignment Statements
Boolean Expressions
Case Statements
Backpatching
Procedure Calls
Important Short Questions and Answers: Principles of Compiler Design - Intermediate Code Generation

CODE GENERATION


Issues in the design of a code generator
Target Machine
Run-Time Storage Management
Basic Blocks and Flow Graphs of Code Generation
A Simple Code Generator
Register Allocation and Assignment
The Dag Representation For Basic Blocks
Generating Code From DAGs
Important Short Questions and Answers: Compiler Design - Code Generation

CODE OPTIMIZATION


Code Optimization
Principal Sources of Optimisation
Peephole Optimization
Optimization of Basic Blocks
Loops in Flow Graph
Introduction to Global Dataflow Analysis
Code Improvig Transformations
Glossary - Principles of Compiler Design
Tutorial problems and worked out examples - Principles of Compiler Design
Important Short Questions and Answers: Code optimization

Compilers Principles Techniques and Tools by Alfred V Aho Monica S Lam Ravi Sethi Jeffrey D Ullman

Chapter 1 : Introduction


Compilers - Principles, Techniques, & Tools
Language Processors
The Structure of a Compiler
The Evolution of Programming Languages
The Science of Building a Compiler
Applications of Compiler Technology
Programming Language Basics

Chapter 2 : Simple Syntax Directed Translator


A Simple Syntax-Directed Translator
Syntax Definition
Syntax-Directed Translation
Parsing
A Translator for Simple Expressions
Lexical Analysis
Symbol Table Per Scope and Use of Symbol Tables
Intermediate Code Generation

Chapter 3 : Lexical Analysis


Lexical Analysis
The Role of the Lexical Analyzer
Input Buffering: Buffer Pairs, Sentinels
Specification of Tokens
Recognition of Tokens
The Lexical-Analyzer Generator Lex
Finite Automata
From Regular Expressions to Automata
Design of a Lexical-Analyzer Generator
Optimization of DFA-Based Pattern Matchers

Chapter 4 : Syntax Analysis


Syntax Analysis
Context-Free Grammars
Writing a Grammar
Top-Down Parsing
Bottom-Up Parsing
Introduction to LR Parsing: Simple LR
More Powerful LR Parsers
Using Ambiguous Grammars
Parser Generators

Chapter 5 : Syntax Directed Translation


Syntax-Directed Translation
Syntax-Directed Definitions
Evaluation Orders for SDD's
Applications of Syntax-Directed Translation
Syntax-Directed Translation Schemes
Implementing L-Attributed SDD's

Chapter 6 : Intermediate Code Generation


Intermediate-Code Generation
Variants of Syntax Trees
Three-Address Code
Types and Declarations
Translation of Expressions
Type Checking
Control Flow
Backpatching
Switch-Statements
Intermediate Code for Procedures

Chapter 7 : Run Time Environments


Run-Time Environments
Storage Organization
Stack Allocation of Space
Access to Nonlocal Data on the Stack
Heap Management
Introduction to Garbage Collection
Introduction to Trace-Based Collection
Short-Pause Garbage Collection
Advanced Topics in Garbage Collection

Chapter 8 : Code Generation


Code Generation
Issues in the Design of a Code Generator
The Target Language
Addresses in the Target Code
Basic Blocks and Flow Graphs
Optimization of Basic Blocks
A Simple Code Generator
Peephole Optimization
Register Allocation and Assignment
Instruction Selection by Tree Rewriting
Optimal Code Generation for Expressions
Dynamic Programming Code-Generation

Chapter 9 : Machine Independent Optimizations


Machine-Independent Optimizations
The Principal Sources of Optimization
Introduction to Data-Flow Analysis
Foundations of Data-Flow Analysis
Constant Propagation
Partial-Redundancy Elimination
Loops in Flow Graphs
Region-Based Analysis
Symbolic Analysis

Chapter 10 : Instruction Level Parallelism


Instruction-Level Parallelism
Processor Architectures
Code-Scheduling Constraints
Basic-Block Scheduling
Global Code Scheduling
Software Pipelining Algorithm
Scheduling Acyclic Data-Dependence and Cyclic Dependence Graphs
Improvements to the Pipelining Algorithms

Chapter 11 : Optimizing for Parallelism and Locality


Optimizing for Parallelism and Locality
Basic Concepts of Optimizing for Parallelism and Locality
Matrix Multiply: An In-Depth Example
Iteration Spaces
Affine Array Indexes
Data Reuse
Array Data-Dependence Analysis
Finding Synchronization-Free Parallelism
Synchronization Between Parallel Loops
Pipelining
Locality Optimizations
Other Uses of Affine Transforms

Chapter 12 : Interprocedural Analysis


Interprocedural Analysis
Basic Concepts of Interprocedural Analysis
Why Interprocedural Analysis?
A Logical Representation of Data Flow
A Simple Pointer-Analysis Algorithm
Context-Insensitive Interprocedural Analysis
Context-Sensitive Pointer Analysis
Datalog Implementation by BDD's



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