Joseph T. Buck (Part I - The Kernel Manual, Chapters 1-12)
Soonhoi Ha (Part II - Code Generation, Chapters 13-18)
Shuvra Bhattacharyya, Wan-Teh Chang, Michael J. Chen, John S. Davis II, Brian L. Evans, Mudit Goel,Christopher Hylands, Asawaree Kalavade, Alan Kamas, Tom Lane, Bilung Lee, Edward A. Lee, Jie Liu, David G. Messerschmitt, Praveen Murthy, Thomas M. Parks, José Luis Pino, Gilbert Sih, Neil Smyth, S. Sriram, Michael C. Williamson, Kennard White,Yuhong Xiong
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