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"Abelson & Sussman" meets Mathematica?


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  • Subject: [mg11009] "Abelson & Sussman" meets Mathematica?
  • From: Dr Phillip Kent <p.kent@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Feb 1998 18:15:17 -0500
  • Organization: Imperial College

Has anyone done a set of notes, worked exercises, commentary, etc. in
Mathematica for Abelson & Sussman's "Structure and Interpretation  of
Computer Programs" ?

I'm interested in the general ideas of data abstraction, and building
complex objects out of primitives, from a Mathematica  point of view.

-Phillip

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