The rest of the NDFA to DFA example I started in class is
The second set of lecture notes have been put on the web. Follow the handouts linke below.
If you have sent me a SIF and neither you nor your partner have received an
email with account information, please let me know.
Labs/office hours are scheduled for Wed and Thursdays from 6pm - 8pm.
Attendance is not mandatory. There will be an overview during the first minutes
of each lab early on in the period for working on a project step. Attending
this will make the step clearer, and may save you a significant amount of work.
Both 495S and 573 students can make use of the labs.
Your course accounts work on ECN machines. They will not work on ITaP machines.
One strategy for effectively using your course account on both ITaP and ECN
machines is to use your course account as a remote CVS server. I am working
on a description of how to do this now.
Posted on or before Aug. 23.
At 9:29 on Thursday, Aug. 23 I sent email to everyone whose SIF I had
received at that time. If you sent me a SIF, and did not receive this
email, please send me an email letting me know.
The first set of slides has been posted online. Go to the handouts page below. I
will bring hardcopies of these to class so you do NOT need to print them.
The course newsgroup (purdue.class.ece468) is online. Firefox can read news groups
with a plug-in, and Mozilla has a newsgroup reader. trn allows newsgroup reading
from a Linux command line.
Three address codes for the project
Compiler tools are available at The Catalog of Compiler Construction Tools a web site maintained by the German National Research Center for Information Technology and the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Architecture and Software Technology.
Compiler Generator Tools
...that have been successfully used at Purdue...