Planning and experience with a one-quarter course on compiler writing using Gries' book and structured programming

@inproceedings{Barnard1975PlanningAE,
  title={Planning and experience with a one-quarter course on compiler writing using Gries' book and structured programming},
  author={Anthony C. L. Barnard},
  booktitle={SGCS},
  year={1975}
}
Computer/Information Sciences course s were first offered at UAB in 1971. By th e end of 1973, all courses specified in th e ACM Curriculum '68 had been offered a t least once, with the exception of IS (Compiler Construction). A major reason fo r this omission was that no member of th e faculty could claim to be particularl y knowledgable about compilers. Therefore a decision to offer such a course in th e Summer Quarter of 1974 implied a commitment to a learning process by one of th e faculty… CONTINUE READING