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Gradiance Access Code Card for Compilers, Principles, Techniques, and Tools (Englisch) Gedruckter Zugangscode – 29. Dezember 2006

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Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools, known to professors, students, and developers worldwide as the "Dragon Book," is available in a new edition. Every chapter has been completely revised to reflect developments in software engineering, programming languages, and computer architecture that have occurred since 1986, when the last edition published. The authors, recognizing that few readers will ever go on to construct a compiler, retain their focus on the broader set of problems faced in software design and software development. New chapters include: Chapter 10 Instruction-Level Parallelism Chapter 11 Optimizing for Parallelism and Locality Chapter 12 Interprocedural Analysis -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.

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Alfred V. Aho is Lawrence Gussman Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University. Professor Aho has won several awards including the Great Teacher Award for 2003 from the Society of Columbia Graduates and the IEEE John von Neumann Medal. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of the ACM and IEEE. Monica S. Lam is a Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, was the Chief Scientist at Tensilica and the founding CEO of moka5. She led the SUIF project which produced one of the most popular research compilers, and pioneered numerous compiler techniques used in industry. Ravi Sethi launched the research organization in Avaya and is president of Avaya Labs. Previously, he was a senior vice president at Bell Labs in Murray Hill and chief technical officer for communications software at Lucent Technologies. He has held teaching positions at the Pennsylvania State University and the University of Arizona, and has taught at Princeton University and Rutgers. He is a fellow of the ACM. Jeffrey Ullman is CEO of Gradiance and a Stanford W. Ascherman Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. His research interests include database theory, database integration, data mining, and education using the information infrastructure. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, a fellow of the ACM, and winner of the Karlstrom Award and Knuth Prize. " -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Gebundene Ausgabe.


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I just recently bought the new edition of the "dragon book" and it seems to be a really high quality book (being worth the spent money). Although I studied electrical engineering and did only have a brief understanding of compilers, the book provides a very good opportunity to learn more about the (partially quite theoretical) backgrounds of compilers. The writing style is very good to read. Furthermore, I like the mixture of theory and practical examples as provided by the book very much.
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This book doesn't help to get systematic, general, and consistent knowledge about how to design a new programming language or how to develop a new compiler. Authors tend to explain even the most simple things using a lot of words, making an illusion it's a complicated stuff.

After reading first chapters of this book, I have decided to stop and to search for another sources of explanation, and I found one very helpful, useful book "Engineering a Compiler" by Keith D. Cooper and Linda Torcson. Some passages below should give you a feeling of how different they are.

On Context-Free Grammars

1) from "Compilers. Principles, Techniques, and Tools":
[...]In this section, we introduce a notation - the "context-free grammar", or "grammar" for short - that is used to specify the syntax of a language. Grammars will be used throughout this book to organize compiler front ends.[...]

2) from "Engineering a Compiler":
[...]The traditional notation for expressing syntax is a grammar - a collection of
rules that define, mathematically, when a string of symbols is actually a sentence
in the language.
Computer scientists usually describe the syntactic structure of a language
using an abstraction called a context-free grammar (cfg). [...]
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HASH(0x9a6f6e88) von 5 Sternen Outstanding reference for C, Fortran, and Pascal compilers 14. März 2000
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During each compiler stage (lexical analysis, syntax analysis, translation, type checking, translation, code generation, and code optimization) multiple methods, strategies, and algorithms are presented. This comprehensive book examines items that are unique to the various languages presented (Fortran, C, and Pascal); there are even sections on dealing with estimation of types (10.12) and symbolic debugging of optimized code (10.13). Wow! The exercises are thorough, challenging, and thought provoking. Examples are interleaved with the discussion and algorithms. There is an excellent set of historical and bibliographic information at the end of each chapter. The use of automated tools such as lex, yacc, and compiler-generators is discussed throughout the text. This is an advanced book, however a good understanding of compilers can be obtained without understanding the details of every algorithm.
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HASH(0x9a4e027c) von 5 Sternen Excellent Introductory Compiler Text 29. September 1999
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This is a comprehensive and easy to understand text. It covers all the fundamental stages of compiler design, with plenty of explanation (both practical and theoretical). It doesn't exhaustively cover every conceivable topic, but it does leave you with a good taste of what's involved. Of course, it is not a book for beginning programmers, and there are very few code examples. Judging by the comments of some reviewers, I would suspect that they gave poor reviews because they lacked the prerequisite background (familiarity with a good HLL like C, data structures, mathematical background etc). As with any 'advanced' topic in computer science, there is quite a lot expected from you. Upon first reading, some topics occasionally seem overwhelming. Welcome to Earth. This is where your library card comes in. Do a little research and then come back to this text; you'll find that it is well organized and extremely clear. If you want a cookbook this book isn't for you. If you want a solid understanding of compiler fundamentals then this book is your best bet.
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HASH(0x9a4df06c) von 5 Sternen Is the reputaton deserved? 1. Februar 2007
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This book has the reputation as being THE book on compilers. I'll grant that. It covers everything and the kitchen sink, at a theoretical level. This is NOT the book on implementation details. Without prior exposure to the basic principals and problems in compiler implemenation, it can be difficult to see why the theory, as presented, is relavent. Why is left recursion bad? What good are handles? How is the type system significant? How do symbol tables relate to scoping? This stuffs in there, but if one is not expecting it, one won't appreciate the terse presentation. But that's the kind of learner I am, I have to know why something is relavent before I get it. So, I don't recommend this book as a first book on languages and compilers.
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HASH(0x9a4df450) von 5 Sternen Has done its job well 11. September 2001
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For those interested in the more general and theoretical principles behind compilers, this book can still serve as a good introduction in that regard. More modern treatments are available to those who need more information on modern developments in compilers, such as optimization, partial evaluation, etc. The book covers lexical analysis, parsing techniques, syntax-directed translation, static semantic checking, type checking, unification, target code generation, and compiler code optimization. All of these are discussed in great detail, the C language is chosen to write the compiler coding, and numerous exercises are put at the end of the each chapter. The reader can also gain an insight into the historical origins of the subject.
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HASH(0x9a4df540) von 5 Sternen Take it slowly 20. Juli 2001
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"Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools" (Aho, Sethi, Ullman) is a very comprehensive, detailed description of compiler technologies. Because of its great detail, you may have to take a different approach to reading this book than you would a normal programming book.
My first tip is to read the book more than once. With this in mind, it is useful to do your first reading in segments (i.e. not every page of the book). My tip is to follow the example lesson plan provided in the front of the book. It will direct you to chapters that would be used in a Compiler class. Once you have done this lesson plan, you can re-read the book from start to finish to get those extra details hidden within.
If you try to read this book in its entirety on your first try--intending to successfully grasp all of its contents--this will be difficult. My recommendations above will help those out there that want to learn about this technology, but haven't had experience with compilers before to read this book in a way that lets you absorb the great amount of information.
Other than the reading approach, a good mathematical background (algebra II and above) is recommended for grasping some of the concepts mentioned within. Also, a basic knowledge of common Computer Science concepts (binary, assembly, stack, etc.) as well as a familiarity with using compilers and multiple programming languages is very useful.
Although the book may seem overwhelming at times, with careful consideration and time spent following these guidelines, it can be done. I'm only 15 years old and have started embedding some of these concepts into my applications.
Good luck to all who read this book and happy programming!
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