r5rs: Bibliography

 
 Bibliography
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    * [SICP] Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with Julie Sussman.
      _Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, second
      edition._ MIT Press, Cambridge, 1996.
 
    * [Bawden88] Alan Bawden and Jonathan Rees.  Syntactic closures.  In
      _Proceedings of the 1988 ACM Symposium on Lisp and   Functional
      Programming_, pages 86-95.
 
    * [howtoprint] Robert G. Burger and R. Kent Dybvig.  Printing
      floating-point numbers quickly and accurately.  In _Proceedings of
      the ACM SIGPLAN '96 Conference   on Programming Language Design
      and Implementation_, pages 108-116.
 
    * [RRRS] William Clinger, editor.  The revised revised report on
      Scheme, or an uncommon Lisp.  MIT Artificial Intelligence Memo
      848, August 1985.  Also published as Computer Science Department
      Technical Report 174,   Indiana University, June 1985.
 
    * [howtoread] William Clinger.  How to read floating point numbers
      accurately.  In _Proceedings of the ACM SIGPLAN '90 Conference
      on Programming Language Design and Implementation_, pages 92-101.
      Proceedings published as _SIGPLAN Notices_ 25(6), June 1990.
 
    * [R4RS] William Clinger and Jonathan Rees, editors.  The revised^4
      report on the algorithmic language Scheme.  In _ACM Lisp Pointers_
      4(3), pages 1-55, 1991.
 
    * [macrosthatwork] William Clinger and Jonathan Rees.  Macros that
      work.  In _Proceedings of the 1991 ACM Conference on Principles of
       Programming Languages_, pages 155-162.
 
    * [propertailrecursion] William Clinger.  Proper Tail Recursion and
      Space Efficiency.  To appear in _Proceedings of the 1998 ACM
      Conference on Programming  Language Design and Implementation_,
      June 1998.
 
    * [syntacticabstraction] R. Kent Dybvig, Robert Hieb, and Carl
      Bruggeman.  Syntactic abstraction in Scheme.  _Lisp and Symbolic
      Computation_ 5(4):295-326, 1993.
 
    * [Scheme311] Carol Fessenden, William Clinger, Daniel P. Friedman,
      and Christopher Haynes.  Scheme 311 version 4 reference manual.
      Indiana University Computer Science Technical Report 137, February
      1983.  Superseded by [Scheme84].
 
    * [Scheme84] D. Friedman, C. Haynes, E. Kohlbecker, and M. Wand.
      Scheme 84 interim reference manual.  Indiana University Computer
      Science Technical Report 153, January 1985.
 
    * [IEEE] _IEEE Standard 754-1985.  IEEE Standard for Binary
      Floating-Point Arithmetic._  IEEE, New York, 1985.
 
    * [IEEEScheme] _IEEE Standard 1178-1990.  IEEE Standard for the
      Scheme   Programming Language._  IEEE, New York, 1991.
 
    * [Kohlbecker86] Eugene E. Kohlbecker Jr.  _Syntactic Extensions in
      the Programming Language Lisp._ PhD thesis, Indiana University,
      August 1986.
 
    * [hygienic] Eugene E. Kohlbecker Jr., Daniel P. Friedman, Matthias
      Felleisen, and Bruce Duba.  Hygienic macro expansion.  In
      _Proceedings of the 1986 ACM Conference on Lisp   and Functional
      Programming_, pages 151-161.
 
    * [Landin65] Peter Landin.  A correspondence between Algol 60 and
      Church's lambda notation: Part I.  _Communications of the ACM_
      8(2):89-101, February 1965.
 
    * [MITScheme] MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer
      Science.  Scheme manual, seventh edition.  September 1984.
 
    * [Naur63] Peter Naur et al.  Revised report on the algorithmic
      language Algol 60.  _Communications of the ACM_ 6(1):1-17, January
      1963.
 
    * [Penfield81] Paul Penfield, Jr.  Principal values and branch cuts
      in complex APL.  In _APL '81 Conference Proceedings,_ pages
      248-256.  ACM SIGAPL, San Francisco, September 1981.  Proceedings
      published as _APL Quote Quad_ 12(1), ACM, September 1981.
 
    * [Pitman83] Kent M. Pitman.  The revised MacLisp manual (Saturday
      evening edition).  MIT Laboratory for Computer Science Technical
      Report 295, May 1983.
 
    * [Rees82] Jonathan A. Rees and Norman I. Adams IV.  T: A dialect of
      Lisp or, lambda: The ultimate software tool.  In _Conference
      Record of the 1982 ACM Symposium on Lisp and   Functional
      Programming_, pages 114-122.
 
    * [Rees84] Jonathan A. Rees, Norman I. Adams IV, and James R. Meehan.
      The T manual, fourth edition.  Yale University Computer Science
      Department, January 1984.
 
    * [R3RS] Jonathan Rees and William Clinger, editors.  The revised^3
      report on the algorithmic language Scheme.  In _ACM SIGPLAN
      Notices_ 21(12), pages 37-79, December 1986.
 
    * [Reynolds72] John Reynolds.  Definitional interpreters for higher
      order programming languages.  In _ACM Conference Proceedings_,
      pages 717-740.  ACM,  1972.
 
    * [Scheme78] Guy Lewis Steele Jr. and Gerald Jay Sussman.  The
      revised report on Scheme, a dialect of Lisp.  MIT Artificial
      Intelligence Memo 452, January 1978.
 
    * [Rabbit] Guy Lewis Steele Jr.  Rabbit: a compiler for Scheme.  MIT
      Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Technical Report 474, May 1978.
 
    * [CLtL] Guy Lewis Steele Jr.  _Common Lisp: The Language, second
      edition._ Digital Press, Burlington MA, 1990.
 
    * [Scheme75] Gerald Jay Sussman and Guy Lewis Steele Jr.  Scheme: an
      interpreter for extended lambda calculus.  MIT Artificial
      Intelligence Memo 349, December 1975.
 
    * [Stoy77] Joseph E. Stoy.  _Denotational Semantics: The
      Scott-Strachey Approach to   Programming Language Theory._ MIT
      Press, Cambridge, 1977.
 
    * [TImanual85] Texas Instruments, Inc.  TI Scheme Language Reference
      Manual.  Preliminary version 1.0, November 1985.