Language Processing: 2nd Semester, 2005

Course No.#0927
Instructor: Dr. Hitoshi Oi
(Assistant Professor, Operating Systems Lab.)
office: 242-C
office hours: Monday 2-5pm or by appointment
email: hitoshi©
phone: 2580
Course Web Page:
Lecture Tue, 1310 to 1440 at Classroom M8
Exercise Tue, 1450 to 1800 at Lab std2 (Research Quandrangles 146)
Teaching Assistant Khelchandra Thongam
email: m5091140©


From University Syllabus:
Students understand the role of language processing systems such as compilers and translaters, the processing methods of languages, the importance of compilers, and the relation between theory and practice (that is, formal language theory and language processing systems).


Course syllabus (partially obsolete. see here for up-to-date information).

Exercise Problems

Exercise problems are posted here.


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Engineering a Compiler by Keith Cooper and Linda Torczon (Rice University, Houston, Texas),
ISBN: 1-55860-698-X, Morgan Kaufmann.
So far, the least expensive option to buy this book is from Amazon.

We utilize the lecture slides by the authors of the textbook, which are avaiable from the Companion Material page or author's school.

Hitoshi Oi