Topics: Examples of topics that may be discussed include control-flow analysis, dataflow analysis, SSA form, type analysis, pointer/alias analysis, side-effect analysis, and program slicing. These topics apply both to imperative languages and object-oriented languages.
Prerequisites: (1) CSE 6341 or CSE 5343, and (2) basic knowledge of C, C++, or Java. Instruction permission can override these prereqs.
Class number for registration: 35336 (graduate students); 35337 (undergraduate students; please obtain permission from the instructor before registering). This course is 2 credit hours.
Committee on Academic Misconduct
Writing and Plagiarism (created by Prof. Eric Fosler-Lussier for the orientation of new CSE graduate students)
Dreese Labs 266, Wednesday and Friday 2:20 pm - 3:15 pm
Atanas (Nasko) Rountev, Email: rountev cse ohio-state edu, Office: DL 685, Tel: 292-7203, Office hours: Wednesday and Friday 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm, or by appointment