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Some random fun programs written in Scheme, including Adventure, calendar calculations, Micro ELI and Micro SAM.

This directory contains a variety of Scheme programs that do fun things: advent.scm A simple adventure game written in an object oriented style mostly by a 10-year old. Posted by Ted Dunning on 30-OCT-90. calend.scm Scheme version of the Lisp code for Calendrical Calculations by Nachum Dershowitz and Edward M. Reingold. Ported by Ozan S. Yigit. corewar.tar A CoreWars system in Scheme->C, by Sam Shen on 18-APR-91. (It will need some work to make it work under others Scheme implementations.) mceli.scm Chez version of Micro ELI (English Language Interpreter) from Schank and Riesbeck's book "Inside Computer Understanding", 1991. mcsam.scm Chez version of Micro SAM (Script Applier) from Schank and Riesbeck's book "Inside Computer Understanding", 1991. work.scm Olivier Danvy's "Putting Scheme to Work" demo.
CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Keywords: Adventure Games, Calendar Calculations, CoreWars, Micro ELI, Micro SAM, NLU, Scheme Work Demo, Scheme!Code, Scheme!Fun Programs References: Nachum Dershowitz and Edward M. Reingold, "Calendrical Calculations", Software -- Practice & Experience 20(9):899-928, September, 1990.
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