This course has a heavy programming workload, especially in summer. Students planning to take the course in summer should expect to dedicate their lives to this course for five weeks; do not try to work while taking CS 375 in summer.
Instructor: Gordon S. Novak Jr., GDC 3.824; Office Hours: TTh 3:30 - 5:00.
TA: Akanksha Bansal, email@example.com Office Hours: Monday 11:00 - 12:30, Wednesday 11:00 - 12:30 in the GDC basement TA station, and by appointment.
Optional Text: Aho, Lam, Sethi, & Ullman, Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools
iClicker: Each student is required to buy/rent an iClicker (any version of iClicker device; not iClicker GO app). This will be used for attendance and to reinforce and practice with the class material. Two iClicker points are given just for voting, and an additional point is given for a correct answer. Most iClicker questions and answers are online at Clicker Questions, and it is okay to review them in advance. The clicker scores will be converted to a grade by making the highest student score at least 105 and linearly scaling other scores; this gives some extra points to account for minor illness, forgotten or malfunctioning clicker, etc. Adjustments to clicker scores will only be made for significant causes such as major illness. Bringing another student's clicker to class is considered to be cheating.
Register your iClicker Use your UT EID as the "Student ID". UT Zip Code is 78712.
Grades on Canvas
Lecture Notes: Available in printed form in GSB 3.136.
Online by Contents or Index or PDF. Table of Chomsky Language Hierarchy
Follow CS 375 Discussions on Piazza
Programming assignments may be written in C / lex / yacc or in Lisp (if you are already good at Lisp). All programming assignments must be your own individual work. Program files are provided, in the directory /projects/cs375/ or in the FTP directory for Program Files, ftp://ftp.cs.utexas.edu/pub/novak/cs375/ or http://www.cs.utexas.edu/users/novak/cs375/ for use with the assignments. The files are described by Program File Descriptions. It is legal to use any of these files as part of your programs.
Turn in the Programming Assignments through Canvas
Testing and Debugging
Midterm Study Guide and Example Midterm Questions
Final Exam Study Guide and Example Final Exam Questions and Vocabulary Flash Cards