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   Common Lisp recipes: a problem-solution approach
Weitz E.,  Apress, New York, NY, 2015. 744 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484211-77-9)

Lisp, the second high-level programming language invented at the dawn of the computer age, has never been out of fashion, especially for artificial intelligence and other specialized areas. When the Lisp community recognized the benefits of an off...

Oct 27 2016
  Practical common Lisp
Seibel P.,  APress, LP, 2004.Type: Book (9781590592397)

This book is really three books in one: an introduction to the Lisp language; a collection of Lisp applications for practical problems, for which one would not normally think of using Lisp; and footnotes (I would call them side-notes) on practical...

Jun 13 2005
  An Industrial Strength Theorem Prover for a Logic Based on Common Lisp
Kaufmann M., Moore J.  IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 23(4): 203-213, 1997. Type: Article

The system described here, A Computational Logic for Applicative Common Lisp (ACL2), is a reimplemented extended version of the Boyer-Moore theorem prover Nqthm. ACL2 is geared toward large-scale verification as well as enhancements in interactivi...

Apr 1 1998
  Object-oriented Common Lisp
Slade S.,  Prentice-Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1997.Type: Book (9780136059400)

Common Lisp and its extensive standard library are introduced in this book. The first chapter gives a short history of Lisp and its dialects. After a tutorial introduction in the second chapter, the author presents lists and trees, then covers rec...

Dec 1 1997
  Patching onto the Web
Davies B., Davies V.  Communications of the ACM 40(5): 66-69, 1997. Type: Article

The authors share their experience of porting a single-user standalone Macintosh Common Lisp application to a Web environment. The application is a text-based browser that presents objects in a hierarchical table. Motorola uses it as a component o...

Nov 1 1997
  Fast floating-point processing in Common Lisp
Fateman R., Broughan K., Willcock D., Rettig D.  ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software 21(1): 26-62, 1995. Type: Article

Basically, this paper is a polemic about LISP arithmetic. It starts with an overview of why one might want to do floating point arithmetic in LISP: there are packages that do a combination of symbolic and numerical mathematics, and techniques that...

Apr 1 1996
  Building problem solvers
Forbus K., de Kleer J. (ed),  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1993.Type: Book (9780262061575)

The title of this book does not adequately describe the scope and depth of the material included. The book and the accompanying computer program listings provide a detailed presentation and analysis of artificial intelligence problem-solving techn...

Oct 1 1994
  The elements of artificial intelligence using Common Lisp
Tanimoto S.,  Computer Science Press, Inc., New York, NY, 1990.Type: Book (9780716782308)

Tanimoto presents an overview of artificial intelligence, with examples of AI programs written in Common Lisp. Like most books on the subject, this work covers certain areas more heavily than others, and leaves some areas virtually untouched....

Jun 1 1994
  Artificial intelligence with Common Lisp
Noyes J.,  D. C. Heath and Company, Lexington, MA, 1992.Type: Book (9780669194739)

According to the preface, this textbook is directed primarily at undergraduate liberal arts colleges and universities, and it should be well-suited for a one-semester or one-quarter introductory AI and LISP course at the second- to fourth-year lev...

Aug 1 1993
  Understanding CLOS
Lawless J., Miller M.,  Digital Press, Newton, MA, 1991.Type: Book (9781555580643)

The Common LISP Object System (CLOS) is an object-oriented system that is becoming a part of the Common LISP standard under the auspices of the ANSI committee X3J13. Chapter 8 of this book, which occupies 66 pages, is actually adapted from X3J13 D...

Jan 1 1993
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