[plt-scheme] Re: Swindle Tiny-CLOS examples..

From: Kyle Smith (airfoil at bellsouth.net)
Date: Thu Mar 1 23:34:21 EST 2007

Will M Farr <farr at ...> writes:

> Kyle,
> I have a fair amount of swindle code in my differential geometry  
> project, which you can find at http://web.mit.edu/farr/www/ 
> SchemeCode/ (or just darcs get http://web.mit.edu/farr/www/ 
> SchemeCode/ if you use darcs).  The background is pretty technical  
> (it's intended to duplicate the code associated with this MIT AI  
> Memo: http://www-swiss.ai.mit.edu/users/wisdom/AIM-2005-003.pdf ),  
> but you might still get some use out of it.
> I'd suggest looking at generics.ss and then tuples.ss for the  
> simplest examples of generic functions and methods.  Then, if you  
> want some fun with applicable objects (objects which can also be  
> functions that are applied), you could have a look at manifolds.ss,  
> which defines vectors fields as operators that act on functions over  
> a manifold, but also defines a way to add, subtract, etc, vector fields.
> Good luck, and feel free to ask questions if there's something you  
> don't understand!
> Will

Thanks Will,

I was just browsing through generics.ss, and it looks like just what
the doctor ordered.  Now I've got some code to write.  Thank you very
much for your generosity.

airfoil at bellsouth dot net

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