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WINSTON: Source code from Winston's Lisp book, 3rd edition
Contains source code from Winston's Lisp book:
Patrick H. Winston and Berthold K. P. Horn.
"LISP", 3rd edition.
Addison-Wesley (Reading, MA), 1989. 611 pages. ISBN 0-201-08319-1
Winston's book covers the basic concepts of the language, but also
gives a lot of detail about programming AI topics such as rule-based
expert systems, forward chaining, interpreting transition trees,
compiling transition trees, object oriented programming, and finding
patterns in images. Not a tutorial. Has many good examples. Source
code for the examples is available in this directory.
Ports: Lucid, Allegro, KCL, GCLisp, MCL, Symbolics Genera.
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1
Contact: Send mail with subject line "help" to firstname.lastname@example.org for
Authors!Horn, Authors!Winston, Books!Lisp,
Expert System Shells, Forward Chaining, Lisp!Code, OOP,
Rule-Based Systems, Transition Trees
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