Programming Language Theory
Term 20101


Prof. Fluet travelling Sept. 27 (Mon) – Oct. 1 (Fri):

  • Office hours cancelled on Sept. 28 (Tue), Sept. 30 (Thu) and Oct. 1 (Fri).
  • Lectures covered by Prof. Heliotis on Sept. 27 (Mon) and Sept. 29 (Wed).

General Information

Instructor: Matthew Fluet
E-mail:  mtf at cs.rit.edu
Office hours:T 3:00pm – 5:00pm; GOL(70)-3555
 R 9:00am – 11:00am; GOL(70)-3555
 F 1:00pm – 3:00pm; GOL(70)-3555
or by appointment
Lectures: Section 01    MW 12:00pm – 1:50pm; GOL(70)-2690
Website: www.cs.rit.edu/~mtf/teaching/20101/plt

Course Description

An introduction to the basic concepts of programming language design. It begins with a survey of the issues that are involved in the design and implementation of languages. Specific tools for the description of syntactic and semantic structure are introduced. The balance of the course is an analysis of programming language structure, using these descriptive tools to give precise form to the discussion. Programming assignments will be required.

Last modified: Wed Sep 8 08:36:49 EDT 2010