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Lec 14 - CS 61A : Generic Operators II

CS 61A : Generic Operators II CS 61A The Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs Instructor Brian Harvey Spring 2008 Introduction to programming and computer science. This course exposes students to techniques of abstraction at several levels: (a) within a programming language, using higher-order functions, manifest types, data-directed programming, and message-passing; (b) between programming languages, using functional and rule-based languages as examples. It also relates these techniques to the practical problems of implementation of languages and algorithms on a von Neumann machine. There are several significant programming projects, programmed in a dialect of the LISP language.

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Lec 1 - CS 61A Functional Programming I

Lec 2 - CS 61A Functional Programming II

Lec 3 - CS 61A : Functions of Functions

Lec 4 - CS 61A : Higher-Order Procedures

Lec 5 - CS 61A : Recursion and Iteration II

Lec 6 - CS 61A : UI Recursion and Iteration III

Lec 7 - CS 61A : Data Abstraction, Sequences Calculator I

Lec 8 - CS 61A : Data Abstraction, Sequences Calculator II

Lec 9 - CS 61A : Data Abstraction, Sequences Calculator III

Lec 10 - CS 61A Lecture 12: Hierarchical Data

Lec 11 - CS 61A Lecture 13: Hierarchical Data II

Lec 12 - CS 61A Lecture 14: Interpreter

Lec 13 - CS 61A : Generic Operators I

Lec 15 - CS 61A : Object-Oriented Programming I

Lec 16 - CS 61A : Object-Oriented Programming II

Lec 17 - CS 61A : Object-Oriented Programming III

Lec 18 - CS 61A : Assignment, State, Environments I

Lec 19 - CS 61A : Assignment, State, Environments II

Lec 20 - CS 61A : Mutable Data

Lec 21 - CS 61A : Vectors I

Lec 22 - CS 61A : Assignment, State, Environments III

Lec 23 - CS 61A : Vectors II

Lec 24 - CS 61A : Client Server

Lec 25 - CS 61A : Concurrency I

Lec 26 - CS 61A : Concurrency II

Lec 27 - CS 61A : Streams

Lec 28 - CS 61A : Shell Programming I

Lec 29 - CS 61A : Metacircular Evaluation I

Lec 30 - CS 61A : Shell Programming II

Lec 31 - CS 61A : Metacircular Evaluation II

Lec 32 - CS 61A : Mapreduce I

Lec 33 - CS 61A : Mapreduce II

Lec 34 - CS 61A : Analyzing Eval

Lec 35 - CS 61A : Therac

Lec 36 - CS 61A : Lazy Evaluation I

Lec 37 - CS 61A : Nondeterministic Evaluation

Lec 38 - CS 61A : Logic Programming I

Lec 39 - CS 61A : Logic Programming II

Lec 40 - CS 61A : Review I

Lec 41 - CS 61A : Review II

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