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  1. Waveform iteration and the shifted Picard splitting (Report. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Center for Supercomputing Research and Development) by Robert D Skeel, 1987
  2. Cryptography and Lattices: International Conference, CaLC 2001, Providence, RI, USA, March 29-30, 2001. Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  3. Game Production Handbook (Game Development Series) by Heather M Chandler, 2006-01-19
  4. Information Security: 9th International Conference; ISC 2006, Samos Island, Greece, August 30 - September 2, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

121. Haifux - Lecture About Scheme And Lambda Calculus
Common Language Constructs (scheme Code) Division and Modulo in Church Numerals (scheme Code). Finale. Final Notes (scheme Code)
Haifux - Lecture about Scheme and Lambda Calculus
By Shlomi Fish
Output and Variables Scheme Code
Scheme Code ... Scheme Code
Lambda Calculus
Introduction Scheme Code
Booleans, Conditionals and Tuples
Scheme Code ... Scheme Code
Final Notes Scheme Code
References and Links

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122. Brown Computer Science: Cs173, Programming Languages, Fall 2001: Lecture Notes
logo. cs173. Lecture Notes. These notes are now outof-date. Please instead consult the full text that they grew into. Last modified Monday, December 20th
Lecture Notes These notes are now out-of-date. Please instead consult the full text that they grew into.
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123. Writing And Running Scheme Programs (Bowdoin, Computer Science Department)
You may either edit your scheme program in a separate Emacs window, If you split the window, you can edit the text of your scheme program in the top
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Writing and Running Scheme Programs: A Quick Tutorial
You can run Scheme on any of the Linux machines. The version of Scheme that we are using at Bowdoin is "UMB Scheme." A manual page describing this system and its run-time features (tracing, debugging, etc.) can be read by typing: $ man umb-scheme A complete Reference manual describing the programming features of Scheme can be found at the MIT Scheme Web site. This will be useful for future work with Scheme after you have completed this tutorial. To set up your Linux account for running scheme, edit the following additional line into the bottom of your .bashrc file. alias scheme='umb-scheme' Now type the command $ source .bashrc

124. STk Home Page
Jan 17 2001 A new scheme System. A snapshot of the successor of STk (called STklos) is now available They are programs or extensions made by STk users.

STk home

Source Release

Binary Release

What is STk? STk is a free Scheme interpreter which can access the Tk graphical package. Concretely, it can be seen as the standard Tk package where Tcl has been replaced by a Scheme interpreter. STk embeds also an efficient CLOS like object oriented system, called STklos , which provides:
  • multiple inheritance, generic functions, multi-methods, a MOP M eta O bject P rotocol)
STklos MOP is based on the Tiny Clos model from the Xerox Open Implementation group Distribution STk is distributed in source form for Unix and Windows platforms. Distribution in binary form for some common architectures is also available. Latest version of STk is numbered Last News
Jan 17 2001: A new Scheme System
A snapshot of the successor of STk (called STklos ) is now available at the following URL . Beware that it is in work in progress quality package.
Oct 1 1999: STk 4.0.1 Release
This release is mainly a bugfix relase. Main changes/modifications since 4.0.0 are:
  • Integration of final SRFI 9
  • Documentation enhancement
  • Bug fixes
Sep 5 1999: STk 4.0 Release

125. Kawa Internals: Compiling Scheme To Java
Full integration between Java and scheme scheme programs can call Java methods, scheme programs benefit from the extensive efforts in improved Java
Kawa internals: Compiling Scheme to Java contents:
Kawa internals: Compiling Scheme to Java
Abstract Kawa is a set of Java classes useful for implementing dynamic languages, such as those in the Lisp family. Kawa is also an implementation of near-R5RS Scheme using these classes, and which compiles Scheme to the bytecode instructions of the Java Virtual Machine. This paper discusses the various issues involved in implementing Scheme using an abstract machine designed for a very different language. and how Kawa solves these problems. For information on getting and using Kawa, see the Kawa home page This document is based on a paper presented November 1998. Kawa has seen many changes since then, but alas, this document has not kept pace.
Java explosion The benefits of this hybrid Scheme/Java environment include:
  • scripting Extends the Java benefits of "write once run anywhere" to Scheme programs, including portable bytecode distribution and web applets, though the use of standard Java bytecodes. Full integration between Java and Scheme: Scheme programs can call Java methods, and Java methods can call Scheme procedures.

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