Ravi Sethi, D. Jeffrey Ullman, Alfred V. Aho and Monica S. Lam’s COMPILERS PRINCIPLES, TECHNIQUES, AND TOOLS, 2ED 2 Edition is for 5th Semester, 7th Semester, 6th Semester computer science engineering students. The books comes with a complete front end and finding linearly independent solutions so as to have a better understanding of the subject. The books covers syllabus for information technology and computer science engineering.
About the authors
Ravi Sethi is an Indian computer scientist and the president of Avaya Labs. He has co-authored books like the Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools (2nd Edition) 0002 Edition, PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES : CONCEPTS & CONSTRUCTS 2ED 2 Edition and penned down Programming Language with Java Package (2nd Edition). Sethi studied in IITK and attended Princeton University for his Ph.D.
D. Jeffrey Ullman is a computer scientist and professor at the Stanford University. He has co-authored books like Database Systems: The Complete Book (with H. Garcia-Molina and J. Widom), Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, Elements of ML Programming, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs and Fundamental Concepts of Programming Systems, Addison-Wesley, Reading MA. He attended Columbia University for his degree and received his Ph.D from the Princeton University.
Alfred V. Aho is a Canadian computer scientist. He has co-authored books like the The Theory of Parsing, Translation, and Compiling, Vol. 1 and The Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms. Aho attended University of Toronto and went on to do his Ph.D from the Princeton University.
Monica S. Lam is a computer science professor at the Stanford University. She has authored A Systolic Array Optimizing Compiler. Lam attended University of British Colombia for her bachelors and the Carnegie Mellon University to receive her Ph.D
A. A Complete Front End
B. Finding Linearly Independent Solutions
16 Jul, 2012
good for depth but harder for beginner
12 Apr, 2013
Good Book To Start For...
3 Sep, 2011
29 Jul, 2015
20 Jan, 2015
Best book to learn about Compilers...
Pavan Kumar B
7 Nov, 2013
Good book to begin with ..... :)
20 Oct, 2013
Difficult to understand
14 Aug, 2013