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CS 206 Software Construction
Department: BSc in Computer Science
Module Description: General principles and techniques for disciplined low-level software design. BNF and basic theory of grammars and parsing. Use of parser generators. Basics of language and protocol design. Formal languages. State-transition and table-based software design. Formal methods for software construction. Techniques for handling concurrency and inter-process communication. Techniques for designing numerical software. Tools for model-driven construction. Introduction to Middleware. Hot-spot analysis and performance tuning.