Lectures start on Wed 11.03.2020 14-16 (Exactum, D122), and
exercise sessions start on Thu 19.03.2020 12 - 14 (Exactum, B222).
Lectures are spoken in Finnish. The exercise groups use English as the working language. Exercise solutions are independently prepared as home work, and then presented and discussed in exercise meetings. Marking an exercise as done means that you are prepared to show and present your solution. Written solutions are not necessarily provided.
So you need to make your own notes on exercise materials for your personal use.
Solved (and marked) exercises give exam points (max 6).
The course has no examination. An obligatory programming project is tutored
in the exercise sessions, and must be delivered at the due date and time.
You need to have a user name and a password to access the intranet of the CS department.
If you are an exchange or a minoring student, please e-mail your need to email@example.com.
Give your ad-hy user name. Don't send your password! You will receive instructions by e-mail.
The course CSM14204 Compilers
The course Computer Organization I
The structure and implementation of a compiler back-end: code generation for a (virtual) machine
Every other spring, period IV
The structure and phases of the back-end of a compiler; using intermediate representations, virtual machines
Course text book
Scott M.L., Programming Language Pragmatics (3rd/4th Ed.). Elsevier, 2009/2015
Lectures, exercises, an obligatory project, no exam
Grading scale: 1..5 based on lecture attendance, exercise group activity, and a project
Lectures, exercises, and a project
Lecture attendance and exercise session activity affect course completion and grade