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COMP 621 Program Analysis and Transformations (4 credits)

Offered by: Computer Science (Faculty of Science)

Administered by: Graduate Studies


Computer Science (Sci) : Program analysis and transformations are used in optimizing compilers and other automatic tools such as bug-finders, verification tools and software engineering applications. Course topics include the design of intermediate representations, control flow analysis, data flow analysis at both the intra- and inter-procedural level and program transformations for performance improvement.

Terms: Winter 2014

Instructors: Laurie Hendren (Winter)

  • 3 hours
  • Prerequisite: COMP 251 or equivalent, COMP 302 or equivalent, COMP 520 is useful but not strictly necessary