An Experience Report on Teaching Compiler Design Concepts Using Case-Based and Project-Based Learning Approaches

@article{Kundra2016AnER,
  title={An Experience Report on Teaching Compiler Design Concepts Using Case-Based and Project-Based Learning Approaches},
  author={Divya Kundra and Ashish Sureka},
  journal={2016 IEEE Eighth International Conference on Technology for Education (T4E)},
  year={2016},
  pages={216-219}
}
Compiler design is a course that discusses ideas used in construction of programming language compilers. Students learn how a program written in high level programming language and designed for humans understanding is systematically converted into low level assembly language understood by machines. We propose and implement a Case-based and Project-based Learning environment for teaching important Compiler design concepts (CPLC) to B.Tech third year students of a Delhi University (India) college… CONTINUE READING

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