PIC C Compiler: PIC C compiler là ngôn ngữ lập trình cấp cao cho PIC được viết trên nền C. chương trình viết trên PIC C tuân thủ theo cấu trúc của ngôn ngữ lập trình C. Trình biên dịch của PIC C compiler sẽ chuyển chương trình theo chuẩn của C thành dạng chương trình theo mã Hexa (file.hex) để nạp vào bộ nhớ của PIC. Quá trình chuyển đổi được minh hoạ như hình 2.1.
File.c (Chương trình viết cho PIC dưới dạng C)
PIC C compiler là ngôn ngữ lập trình cấp cao cho PIC được viết trên nền C. chương trình viết trên PIC C tuân thủ theo cấu trúc của ngôn ngữ lập trình C. Trình biên dịch của PIC C compiler sẽ chuyển chương trình theo chuẩn của C thành dạng chương trình theo mã Hexa (file.hex) để nạp vào bộ nhớ của PIC.
A compiler is a program that translates a source language text into an equivalent
target language text.
E.g. for a C compiler, the source language is C while the target language may be
Sparc assembly language.
Of course, one expects a compiler to do a faithful translation, i.e. the meaning of
the translated text should be the same as the meaning of the source text.
Design Compiler (DC - Synopsys) là phần mềm thiết kế vi mạch, được sử dụng nhiều trong lĩnh vực Điện tử. Tài liệu sau đây sẽ hướng dẫn chi tiết cách cài đặt phần mềm Design Compiler (DC - Synopsys). Mời các bạn cùng tham khảo.
Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools, known to professors, students, and developers worldwide as the "Dragon Book," is available in a new edition. Every chapter has been completely revised to reflect developments in software engineering, programming languages, and computer architecture that have occurred since 1986, when the last edition published.
In this paper, we propose a method for compiling travel information automatically. For the compilation, we focus on travel blogs, which are defined as travel journals written by bloggers in diary form. We consider that travel blogs are a useful information source for obtaining travel information, because many bloggers' travel experiences are written in this form. Therefore, we identified travel blogs in a blog database and extracted travel information from them. We have confirmed the effectiveness of our method by experiment. ...
We present a rule−based shallow− parser compiler, which allows to generate a robust shallow−parser for any language, even in the absence of training data, by resorting to a very limited number of rules which aim at identifying constituent boundaries. We contrast our approach to other approaches used for shallow−parsing (i.e. finite−state and probabilistic methods). We present an evaluation of our tool for English (Penn Treebank) and for French (newspaper corpus "LeMonde") for several tasks (NP−chunking & "deeper" parsing) . ...
This manual describes the Verilog portion of Synopsys FPGA Compiler II/FPGA Expressapplication, part of the Synopsys suite of synthesis tools. FPGA Compiler II/FPGA Expressreads an RTL Verilog HDL model of a discrete electronic system and synthesizes this description into a gate-level netlist. FPGA Compiler II/FPGA Expresssupports v1.6 of the Verilog language. Deviations from the definition of the Verilog language are explicitly noted. Constructs added in versions subsequent to Verilog 1.6 might not be supported.
Foma is a compiler, programming language, and C library for constructing ﬁnite-state automata and transducers for various uses. It has speciﬁc support for many natural language processing applications such as producing morphological and phonological analyzers. Foma is largely compatible with the Xerox/PARC ﬁnite-state toolkit. It also embraces Unicode fully and supports various different formats for specifying regular expressions: the Xerox/PARC format, a Perl-like format, and a mathematical format that takes advantage of the ‘Mathematical Operators’ Unicode block. ...
This paper presents an algorithm for the compilation of regular formalisms with rule features into finite-state automata. Rule features are incorporated into the right context of rules. This general notion can also be applied to other algorithms which compile regular rewrite rules into automata.
Bài thuyết trình: Tổng hợp mạch trên Design Compiler hướng đến trình bày các vấn đề cơ bản về chu trình tổng hợp mạch số; nhập thiết kế và dữ liệu kỹ thuật; đặt các ràng buộc cho thiết kế; kỹ thuật tổng hợp mạch; khảo sát kết quả. Cùng tìm hiểu và tham khảo nội dung thông tin tài liệu.
Part 2 ebook "Basics of compiler design" presentation of content: Intermediate-Code generation, machine code generation, register allocation, function calls, analysis and optimisation, memory management, bootstrapping a compiler, set notation and concepts. Mời các bạn cùng tham khảo.
This paper describes a system which generates animations for cooking actions in recipes, to help people understand recipes written in Japanese. The major goal of this research is to increase the scalability of the system, i.e., to develop a system which can handle various kinds of cooking actions. We designed and compiled the lexicon of cooking actions required for the animation generation system. The lexicon includes the action plan used for animation generation, and the information about ingredients upon which the cooking action is taken. ...
Current alternatives for language modeling are statistical techniques based on large amounts of training data, and hand-crafted context-free or ﬁnite-state grammars that are difﬁcult to build and maintain. One way to address the problems of the grammar-based approach is to compile recognition grammars from grammars written in a more expressive formalism. While theoretically straight-forward, the compilation process can exceed memory and time bounds, and might not always result in accurate and efﬁcient speech recognition.
This paper ties up some loose ends in ﬁnite-state Optimality Theory. First, it discusses how to perform comprehension under Optimality Theory grammars consisting of ﬁnite-state constraints. Comprehension has not been much studied in OT; we show that unlike production, it does not always yield a regular set, making ﬁnite-state methods inapplicable. However, after giving a suitably ﬂexible presentation of OT, we show carefully how to treat comprehension under recent variants of OT in which grammars can be compiled into ﬁnite-state transducers.
We present a new approach to HPSG processing: compiling HPSG grammars expressed as type constraints into definite clause programs. This provides a clear and computationally useful correspondence between linguistic theories and their implementation. The compiler performs offline constraint inheritance and code optimization. As a result, we are able to efficiently process with HPSG grammars without haviog to hand-translate them into definite clause or phrase structure based systems.
We present an implemented compilation algorithm that translates HPSG into lexicalized feature-based TAG, relating concepts of the two theories. While HPSG has a more elaborated principle-based theory of possible phrase structures, TAG provides the means to represent lexicalized structures more explicitly. Our objectives are met by giving clear definitions that determine the projection of structures from the lexicon, and identify "maximal" projections, auxiliary trees and foot nodes.
This paper provides a method for generating compact and efficient code to implement the enforcement of a description in typed feature logic. It does so by viewing information about types through the course of code generation as modes of instantiation — a generalization of the common practice in logic programming of the hi nary instantiated/variable mode decl arations that advanced Prolog compilers use. Section 1 introduces the description language. Sections 2 and 3 motivate the view of mode and compilation taken here, and outline a mode declaration language for typed feature logic.
Lecture 1 and 2 includes objectives: Introduce and describe the fundamentals of compilation techniques, assist you in writing your own compiler (or a part of it), ajenda of today’s lecture. Inviting you to refer.