Fundamentals of Automata Theory and Compiler Construction, 1/e
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Fundamentals of Automata Theory and Compiler Construction, 1/e

Author : Narendra Kumar , Alok Kumar , Santosh Kumar Sharma & Er. Mayank Kumar Jain
© Year : 2021
ISBN : 9789386768728
Pages : 390
Binding : Paperback
Dimension : 18 x 24
Weight : 0.55   kg
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This book divided in eleven chapters, in the first chapter describes basics of a compiler, its definition and its types. It also includes the need of a compiler. The second chapter deals with phases of compiler, frontend and book end of compiler, single pass and multiphase compiler; Chapter three covers role of logical analyzer, description of tokens, automata, the fourth chapter presents syntax analyzer, grammar, LMD, RMD, passing techniques. Fifth chapter gives syntax directed translation, syntax tree, attributes such as synthesis and inherited. Chapter six deals with type checking, its definition, dynamic type checking and equivalence of it, function overloading and parameter passing. Chapter seven covers run time environment storage allocation techniques, symbol table. Chapter eight presents intermediate code generators, techniques of ICG, conversion. Chapter nine deals with code generation, basic blocks, flow graph, peephole optimization while chapter ten is on code optimization, that contains optimization of basic blocks, reducible flow graph, data flow analysis and global analysis. Chapter eleven one-pass compiler, compiler, its structure, STD rules and passing are described.

  • Introduction of every topic in very fundamental way.
  • Complete coverage of the topic in the very lucid manner. 
  • Sufficient number of examples to illustrate the concepts broadly.
  • Examples and solutions for clarifying the compiler design concepts.
  • Description of symbols used to define the concepts.
  • Multiple choice questions for higher competitive examinations. 

1. Basics of Compiler 
2. Phases of Writing a Compiler 
3. Lexical Analyzer 
4. Syntax Analyzer 
5. Syntax Directed Translation 
6. Type Checking 
7. Run Time Environment 
8. Intermediate Code Generators 
9. Code Generations 
10. Code Optimization 
11. Pass Compiler 

Narendra Kumar :- [M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D.] is working in ICFAI Tech School, the ICFAI University, Jaipur. He   has worked more than 24 years as Professor, Dean, Joint Director and Director in various engineering institutes and universities. He has published more than two dozen books, more than 50 research papers in national/ international journals. His key areas of research are mathematical modeling, theory of relativity, Machine learning, Wireless communication, Image processing and Data Science and Network security.  

Alok Kumar :- is associated with Mekelle University (A Govt. University) in Ethiopia (Africa) as an Associate Professor He was previously associated with Amity University, Noida (India). He is a graduate from IHM Kolkata & PhD from Jiwaji University, Gwalior (MP), India. He has 21 years' experience in hotel industry, teaching, research & training. He has published 36 research papers in journals/edited books and completed 2 UGC Projects. He has been founder Associate Editor of "Amity Research Journal of Tourism, Aviation and Hospitality (ARJTAH)"& Nominated for  Editorial /Review board of Tourism and Travelling of Kozmenko Science Publishing, Poland and International Tourism and Hospitality Journal (ITJH) of RPA Journals, London. He has successfully led the hospitality department for prestigious international accreditation like NACC, WASC & IACBE.

Er. Mayank Kumar Jain :- is Assistant Professor in Engineering College of Jaipur and persuing PhD from Malviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, Rajasthan since 2018. He has 9 years of teaching experience. His Master of Technology and Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science and Engineering was completed from Bhopal, Madhaya Pradesh, first with honours.

Santosh Kumar Sharma :- is Assistant Professor in the department of Computer Science at Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra (BIT, Mesra), Jaipur Campus. He did BE (Computer Technology) from Nagpur University, M.Tech (IT) from Rajasthan Technical University and MBA (Systems) from Sikkim Manipal University. Dr. Sharma teaches graduate, postgraduate and professional courses particularly Software Testing and Software Engineering. He has teaching experience of more than 15 years including 2 years in software industry.

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