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The reasoned schemer

Author: Daniel P Friedman; William E Byrd; Oleg Kiselyov
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2005.
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"The goal of The Reasoned Schemer is to help the functional programmer think logically and the logic programmer think functionally. The authors of The Reasoned Schemer believe that logic programming is a natural extension of functional programming, and they demonstrate this by extending the functional language Scheme with logical constructs - thereby combining the benefits of both styles. The extension encapsulates
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Friedman, Daniel P.
Reasoned schemer.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2005
(OCoLC)649590459
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel P Friedman; William E Byrd; Oleg Kiselyov
ISBN: 0262562146 9780262562140
OCLC Number: 60798555
Notes: Includes index.
Description: x, 169 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Playthings --
2. Teaching old toys new tricks --
3. Seeing old friends in new ways --
4. Members only --
5. Double your fun --
6. The fun never ends ... --
7. A bit too much --
8. Just a bit more --
9. Under the hood --
10. Thin ice --
Connecting the wires --
Welcome to the club.
Responsibility: Daniel P. Friedman, William E. Byrd, Oleg Kiselyov ; drawings by Duane Bibby.

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Extending the functional language Scheme with logical constructs in order to help the functional programmer think logically and the logic programmer think functionally.  Read more...

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"Contrary to popular belief, logic programming doesn't always mean programming in Prolog. In this groundbreaking book, Friedman and Kiselyov extend Scheme to form a completely new kind of logic Read more...

 
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