Lambda Papers

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Lambda Papers  (1970s) 
by Guy L. Steele, Jr. and Gerald Jay Sussman

A series of MIT AI Memos published between 1975 and 1980, developing the Scheme programming language and a number of influential concepts in programming language design and implementation.

Title Year Number Full title
Scheme: An Interpreter for Extended Lambda Calculus 1975 AIM-349
Lambda: The Ultimate Imperative 1976 AIM-353
Lambda: The Ultimate Declarative 1976 AIM-379
Lambda: The Ultimate GOTO 1977 AIM-443 Debunking the "Expensive Procedure Call" Myth
or, Procedure Call Implementations Considered Harmful
or, Lambda: The Ultimate GOTO
The Art of the Interpreter 1978 AIM-453 The Art of the Interpreter
or, The Modularity Complex (Parts Zero, One, and Two)
Rabbit: A Compiler for Scheme 1978 AITR-474
Lambda: The Ultimate Opcode 1979 AIM-514 Design of LISP-based Processors
or, Scheme: A Dielectric LISP
or, Finite Memories Considered Harmful
or, Lambda: The Ultimate Opcode

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