Saturday, September 8, 2012

Principles of Compiler Design : [ BE : Comp ]

      Principles of Compiler Design is a compulsory subject for Computer Engineering in the 7th semester. the subject is a continuation or an advancement for SPOS & TOC i.e. System Programming and Operating Systems  & Theory of Computation. A very interesting subject to learn, but requires precise practice as the subject has many numericals or sums(for design). The subject requires SPOS and TOC as pre-requisite and makes the subject little difficult for those who had problems studying Theory of Computation. 

      Overall, the subject is really interesting to learn and is scoring as well. Local author books for the subject are also good enough for reference. The subject also includes a 50mark practical , which is also a difficult one. The practical includes  'C' codes for compiler construction which is a lengthy process.

   Here, we are providing few books which are required for referencing the subject. The text book 'Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools' covers a substantial part of the subject in a lucid way. Apart from the textbook, we are also providing other E-Books which are recommended for the subject.

E-Books for Download :



Compilers : Principles, Techniques & Tools
Aho, Ullman, Sethi


File Type : PDF
File Size :  36.4MB

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Complier Construction

Niklaus Wirth



File Type : PDF
File Size : 0.5 MB
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Lex & Yacc 


File Type : PDF
File Size :  15.5 MB




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 Linkers & Loaders
John R. Levine



File Type : PDF
File Size :  3.5MB



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 Modern Compiler Design
Grune, Bal, Langendoen



File Type : DJVU
File Size :  4.99MB



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Compiler Construction :
Principles and Practice 
Kenneth Louden



File Type : DJVU
File Size :  6.5 MB



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