Compiler seminar: Programming language design and implementationFDA153, 2004HT
This is an advanced seminar, based on writing reviews for
technical papers taken from recent compiler conferences
and student presentations.
There is one lecture on reviewing of technical papers.
Graduate (ECSEL, CUGS, ...) students interested in the areas of compilers,
computer architecture, parallel processing,
or embedded systems.
The course was last given
The seminar gives insights into currently hot topics in compiler
technology by taking up recent research papers from high-end conferences (PLDI, POPL, CC, CGO, LCTES, SCOPES, ...).
A secondary goal is to practise presentations, opposition, and
writing reviews of such papers for an imaginary journal on compilers
and programming languages.
Advanced Compiler Construction (FDA001) or equivalent background knowledge.
Student presentations with opposition and discussion.
Written reviews of recent research papers, and written feedback
for reviews written by other participants, organized
The number of participants is limited to about 16.
Advanced topics in compiler construction.
The list of papers will be announced 2 weeks before
the course starts.
to be announced.
MOM1: presentation of a paper with written summary: 1p
MOM2: opponering: 0.5p
MOM3: written reviews of ca. 4 papers (inl-uppgift)
and written feedback to 4 reviews: 1.5p
Students who have not attended FDA001 please contact the course leader about
FDA001 will be given again in vt1/2004 and this seminar
will be given again in ht1/2004.
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