For example: (define fact (lambda (n) (if (< n 2) 1 (* n (fact (- n 1))))) How is this an example of applied lambda calculus? I tried to read the ...
I have been reading SICP and have been thinking over a thing for quite some time related to evaluation using Substitution with ...
The page "Advanced Scheme: Some Naughty Bits" states: Continuations are a powerful control-flow construct from which nearly any other control-flow structure [...] may be derived. I thought ...
In , Mitchell Wand demonstrated that adding fexprs to the pure lambda calculus trivializes the theory of contextual equivalence, meaning two terms are contextually equivalent iff they are ...
In the preface of Friedman and Felleisen's book The Little Schemer it states: We could, for example, describe the entire technical content of this book in less than a page of mathematics, but a ...