Computer Science Logo Style volume 1: Symbolic Computing 2/e Copyright (C) 1997 MIT

Computer Science Logo Style
Volume 1: Symbolic Computing

Brian Harvey
University of California, Berkeley

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Preface

(frontmatter in PDF) (HTML)

Acknowledgements

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1. Exploration

(PDF) (HTML)

2. Procedures

(PDF) (HTML)

3. Variables

(PDF) (HTML)

4. Predicates

(PDF) (HTML)

5. Functions of Functions

(PDF) (HTML)

6. Example: Tic-Tac-Toe

(PDF) (HTML)

This program plays the game of Tic Tac Toe against the user. It follows a perfect strategy, so it always wins or ties.

7. Introduction to Recursion

(PDF) (HTML)

8. Practical Recursion: the Leap of Faith

(PDF) (HTML)

9. How Recursion Works

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10. Turtle Geometry

(PDF) (HTML)

11. Recursive Operations

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12. Example: Playfair Cipher

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This project demonstrates the use of a slightly complex cipher, in which a given letter in the original text is not always represented by the same letter in the coded version.

13. Planning

(PDF) (HTML)

14. Example: Pitcher Problem Solver

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This program solves the category of problems in which you are given pitchers of certain sizes and asked to use them to measure a specified amount of water from a river.

15. Debugging

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Appendices

(backmatter in PDF)

A. Running Berkeley Logo

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B. GNU General Public License

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Index of Defined Procedures

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General Index

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