US 4 • Functional Programming in Scheme • David G. Kay • UC Irvine

Supplementary Resources on Course Topics

These links and books explain or illustrate some of the topics we've covered in class, typically in more detail. They're supplementary, not assigned, unless we say otherwise.

Languages, dialects, implementations: Lisp is a family of programming languages going back to 1958. One modern member of this family is Common Lisp; another is Scheme. The version of Scheme we're using is called Racket.