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- A large-scale systematic plan or arrangement for attaining some particular object or putting a particular idea into effect
- devise a system or form a scheme for
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- form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner
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- bicycle: ride a bicycle
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The Little Schemer - 4th Edition
drawings by Duane Bibbyforeword by Gerald J. SussmanThe notion that "thinking about computing is one of the most exciting things the human mind can do" sets both The Little Schemer (formerly known as The Little LISPer) and its new companion volume, The Seasoned Schemer, apart from other books on LISP. The authors' enthusiasm for their subject is compelling as they present abstract concepts in a humorous and easy-to-grasp fashion. Together, these books will open new doors of thought to anyone who wants to find out what computing is really about. The Little Schemer introduces computing as an extension of arithmetic and algebra ;things that everyone studies in grade school and high school. It introduces programs as recursive functions and briefly discusses the limits of what computers can do. The authors use the programming language Scheme, and interesting foods to illustrate these abstract ideas. The Seasoned Schemer informs the reader about additional dimensions of computing: functions as values, change of state, and exceptional cases. The Little LISPer has been a popular introduction to LISP for many years. It had appeared in French and Japanese. The Little Schemer and The SeasonedSchemer are worthy successors and will prove equally popular as textbooks for Scheme courses as well as companion texts for any complete introductory course in Computer Science.
This delightful book leads you through the basic elements of programming in Scheme (a Lisp dialect) via a series of dialogues with well-chosen questions and exercises. Besides teaching Scheme, The Little Schemer teaches the reader how to think about computation. The authors focus on ten essential concepts of thinking about how to compute and demonstrate how to apply these concepts in inventive ways. The Little Schemer is an excellent book both for the beginner and for the seasoned programmer.
The Bikes Are Due To Appear Tomorrow
Dublin City plans to make 450 bicycles publicly available from 40 locations around the city in a scheme similar to that which exists in Paris and operated in conjunction with the same private partner – outdoor advertising company JC Decaux. People will be able to pick up a bike whenever they need it and drop it back to any of the locations when they are done. A Smart-card system will handle issues like deposits and payment. Any fee will be very modest – the plan is to make them as freely available as possible. The network will be monitored and distribution teams will maintain and move bikes around the city depending on demand and supply. The network of stations will extend from the Mater Hospital in the north to Grand Canal in the south and from Smithfield in the west to the IFSC and North Docklands in the east. Ground works on the installation of the bike stations began early 2009 and the bike scheme will be fully operational by September 13th. The proposed locations are listed below. Anne Street South – On Street Location Blessington Street/Berkeley Street Junction- On Street Location Bolton Street / Capel Street Junction- Footpath Location Chancery Street- On Street Location Charlemont Place- On Street Location Christchurch Place-Castle Street – Footpath Location Cornmarket – On Street Location or Potential Footpath Option Custom House Quay ( near Sean O Casey Bridge)- Footpath Location- Dockland ampshires Dame Court-Exchequer Street Junction- On Street Location Dame Street (Barnardos Square) – Paved Area of Square an Option Earlsfort Terrace- On Street Location Eccles Street- Footpath Location Fitzwilliam Sq North- On Street Location Fownes Street Upper-Central Bank- On Street Location` Frederick Street North/ Hardwicke Street Junction- On Street Location Georges Quay (Talbot Memorial Bridge junction) – Footpath Location Golden Lane- On Street Location Grantham Street/Camden Street Lower Junction- On Street Location Harbourmaster Place (adjacent to IFSC and Connolly Station) - On Street Location Herbert Place/ Baggot Street Lower Junction- On Street Location James Street East- On Street Location Leinster Street South- On Street Location Luke Street - On Street Location Marlbourough Street- On Street Location Merrion Square East- On Street Location Merrion Square West- On Street Location Molesworth Street- On Street Location Mountjoy Square West- On Street Location Ormond Quay Upper - On Street Location Parnell Square North- On Street Location Parnell Street- Footpath Location Pearse Street – Footpath Location Princes Street North/ O Connell Street Junction - On Street Location Portobello Harbour/ Richmond Row/- Paved Area or On Street Options Smithfield. On Street Location St Stephens Green East- On Street Location St Stephens Green South- On Street Location Talbot Street- On Street Location Wilton Terrace/ Leeson Street Lower Junction - On Street Location Wolfe Tone Park/Jervis Street
John Gormley Deirdre de Burca cycle scheme
Green Party Leader and Minister for the Environment John Gormley and Senator Deirdre de Burca launch the cycle to work scheme at Government Buildings
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By now, Scheme is a well-established programming language and is finding increasing popularity in programming courses for undergraduates. Its expressive capabilities are matched by a simplicity of language and ease-of-use which have made its adherents disciples! This textbook provides a comprehensive first course in Scheme and covers all of its major features: abstraction, functional programming, data types, recursion, and semantic programming. Although the primary goal of this text is to teach students to program in Scheme, it will be suitable for any student studying a general programming principles course. Each chapter is divided into three sections: core, appendix , and problems. Most essential topics are covered in the core section, but it is assumed that most students will read the appendices and solve most of the problems. (Nearly all of the problems require students to write short Scheme procedures.) As well as providing a thorough grounding in Scheme, the author discusses in depth different programming paradigms. An important theme throughout is that of "meta-programming": the perspective that programs themselves can be treated as data, and hence can be analyzed and modified as objects. This provides insight into topics such as type-checking and overloading which might otherwise be missed.