A Byte of Python PDF Print E-mail

Author: Swaroop C H

Python is one of those rare computer languages that can claim to be both simple and powerful. You will find that you will be pleasantly surprised on how easy it is to concentrate on the solution to the problem, rather than on the syntax and structure of the language that you are programming in.


A Compact Guide to Lex & Yacc PDF Print E-mail

Author: Thomas Niemann

This book explains how to construct a compiler using lex and yacc, the tools used to generate lexical analyzers and parsers. It is assumed that you can program in C, and understand data structures such as linked-lists and trees.


A Field Guide to Genetic Programming PDF Print E-mail

Author: Riccardo Poli, William B. Langdon, Nicholas Freitag McPhee

ISBN: 978-1-4092-0073-4

The book is divided up into four parts. In Part II  , we describe a variety of alternative representations for programs and some advanced GP techniques. Part III  provides valuable information for anyone interested in using GP in practical applications. Part IV  completes the book; this part includes a bibliography, an index and two appendices.


A Fortran Program for Elastic Scattering Analyses with the Nuclear Optical Model PDF Print E-mail

Author:  Michel A. Melkanoff, David S. Saxon, John S. Nodvik and David G. Cantor


A Gentle Introduction to Haskell PDF Print E-mail

Author: Paul Hudak, John Peterson and Joseph Fasel

The purpose of this tutorial is not to teach programming, nor even to teach functional programming. Rather, it is intended to serve as a supplement to the Haskell Report, which is otherwise a rather dense technical exposition. The goal is to provide a gentle introduction to Haskell for someone who has experience with at least one other language, preferably a functional language.


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