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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Aho, Alfred V. Sethi, Ravi. Ullman, Jeffrey D, 1942-.
Title Statement
Compilers : principles, techniques, and tools / Alfred V. Aho, Ravi Sethi, Jeffrey D. Ullman.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Reading, Mass. :   Addison-Wesley Pub. Co.,   c1986.  
Physical Medium
x, 796 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
0201100886
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [752]-779) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Compilers (Computer programs).
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Alfred V. Aho(지은이)

<Compilers : Principles,Techniques, and Tools>

Ravi Sethi(지은이)

<프로그래밍 언어론>

Jeffrey D. Ullman(지은이)

Information Provided By: : Aladin

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Introduction to Compiling = 1
 1.1 Compilers = 1
 1.2 Analysis of the source program = 4
 1.3 The phases of a compiler = 10
 1.4 Cousins of the compiler = 16
 1.5 The grouping of phases = 20
 1.6 Compiler-construction tools = 22
 Bibliographic notes = 23
Chapter 2 A Simple One-Pass Compiler = 25
 2.1 Overview = 25
 2.2 Syntax definition = 26
 2.3 Syntax-directed translation = 33
 2.4 Parsing  = 40
 2.5 A translator for simple expressions = 48
 2.6 Lexical analysis = 54
 2.7 Incorporating a symbol table = 60
 2.8 Abstract stack machines = 62
 2.9 Putting the techniques together = 69
 Exercises = 78
 Bibliographic notes = 81
Chapter 3 Lexical Analysis = 83
 3.1 The role of the lexical analyzer = 84
 3.2 Input buffering = 88
 3.3 Specification of tokens = 92
 3.4 Recognition of tokens = 98
 3.5 A language for specifying lexical analyzers = 105
 3.6 Finite automata = 113
 3.7 From a regular expression to an NFA = 121
 3.8 Design of a lexical analyzer generator = 128
 3.9 Optimization of DFA-based pattern matchers = 134
 Exercises = 146
 Bibliographic notes = 157
Chapter 4 Syntax Analysis = 159
 4.1 The role of the parser = 160
 4.2 Context-free grammars = 165
 4.3 Writing a grammar = 172
 4.4 Top-down parsing = 181
 4.5 Bottom-up parsing = 195
 4.6 Operator-precedence parsing = 203
 4.7 LR parsers = 215
 4.8 Using ambiguous grammars = 247
 4.9 Parser generators = 257
 Exercises = 267
 Bibliographic notes = 277
Chapter 5 Syntax-Directed Translation = 279
 5.1 Syntax-directed definitions = 280
 5.2 Construction of syntax trees = 287
 5.3 Bottom-up evaluation of S-attributed definitions = 293
 5.4 L-attributed definitions = 296
 5.5 Top-down translation = 302
 5.6 Bottom-up evaluation of inherited attributes = 308
 5.7 Recursive evaluators = 316
 5.8 Space for attribute values at compile time = 320
 5.9 Assigning space at compiler-construction time = 323
 5.10 Analysis of syntax-directed definitions = 329
 Exercises = 336
 Bibliographic notes = 340
Chapter 6 Type Checking = 343
 6.1 Type systems = 344
 6.2 Specification of a simple type checker = 348
 6.3 Equivalence of type expressions = 352
 6.4 Type conversions = 359
 6.5 Overloading of functions and operators = 361
 6.6 Polymorphic functions = 364
 6.7 An algorithm for unification = 376
 Exercises = 381
 Bibliographic notes = 386
Chapter 7 Run-Time Environments = 389
 7.1 Source language issues = 389
 7.2 Storage organization = 396
 7.3 Storage-allocation strategies = 401
 7.4 Access to nonlocal names = 411
 7.5 Parameter passing = 424
 7.6 Symbol tables = 429
 7.7 Language facilities for dynamic storage allocation = 440
 7.8 Dynamic storage allocation techniques = 442
 7.9 Storage allocation in Fortran = 446
 Exercises = 455
 Bibliographic notes = 461
Chapter 8 Intermediate Code Generation = 463
 8.1 Intermediate languages = 464
 8.2 Declarations = 473
 8.3 Assignment statements = 478
 8.4 Boolean expressions = 488
 8.5 Case statements = 497
 8.6 Backpatching = 500
 8.7 Procedure calls = 506
 Exercises = 508
 Bibliographic notes = 511
Chapter 9 Code Generation = 513
 9.1 Issues in the design of a code generator = 514
 9.2 The target machine = 519
 9.3 Run-time storage management = 522
 9.4 Basic blocks and flow graphs = 528
 9.5 Next-use information = 534
 9.6 A simple code generator = 535
 9.7 Register allocation and assignment = 541
 9.8 The dag representation of basic blocks = 546
 9.9 Peephole optimization = 554
 9.10 Generating code from dags = 557
 9.11 Dynamic programming code-generation algorithm = 567
 9.12 Code-generator generators = 572
 Exercises = 580
 Bibliographic notes = 583
Chapter 10 Code Optimization = 585
 10.1 Introduction = 586
 10.2 The principal sources of optimization = 592
 10.3 Optimization of basic blocks = 598
 10.4 Loops in flow graphs = 602
 10.5 Introduction to global data-flow analysis = 608
 10.6 Iterative solution of data-flow equations = 624
 10.7 Code-improving transformations = 633
 10.8 Dealing with aliases = 648
 10.9 Data-flow analysis of structured flow graphs = 660
 10.10 Efficient data-flow algorithms = 671
 10.11 A tool for data-flow analysis = 680
 10.12 Estimation of types = 694
 10.13 Symbolic debugging of optimized code = 703
 Exercises = 711
 Bibliographic notes = 718
Chapter 11 Want to Write a Compiler? = 723
 11.1 Planning a compiler = 723
 11.2 Approaches to compiler development = 725
 11.3 The compiler-development environment = 729
 11.4 Testing and maintenance = 731
Chapter 12 A Look at Some Compilers = 733
 12.1 EQN, a preprocessor for typesetting mathematics = 733
 12.2 Compilers for Pascal = 734
 12.3 The C compilers = 735
 12.4 The Fortran H compilers = 737
 12.5 The Bliss/Ⅱ compiler = 740
 12.6 Modula-2 optimizing compiler = 742
 Appendix A Compiler Project = 745
 A.1 Introduction = 745
 A.2 A Pascal subset = 745
 A.3 Program structure = 745
 A.4 Lexical conventions = 748
 A.5 Suggested exercises = 749
 A.6 Evolution of the interpreter = 750
 A.7 Extensions = 751
Bibliography = 752
Index = 780


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