During the first part of the course you are expected to submit the following laboratory assignments:
- Lab 1: Pure Lisp and Recursion [Swedish, English]
- Lab 2: Higher Order Functions and Pattern Matching
[Lisp code for the lab 2 in file ~TDDC65/lisp/la/lab2-pattern-matcher.cl]
- Lab 3: Search
[Lisp code for the lab 3 in file ~TDDC65/lisp/la/lab3.cl]
In your schedule there are labs booked in the Unix computer labs located in the southern part of the B building. The user name and passwords used to log into these machines are the same as for your university e-mail account. If you do not have a university student account (sometimes called a Lukas id or LiU-ID) we cannot help you. Fix that first with the central administration.
We will be using a system called Allegro Common Lisp for the labs. On the resource page there is a brief introduction to Allegro Common Lisp. If you are new to this kind of Unix systems, there is also a very brief introduction.
It is important that you register for labs using the WebReg system. Login using you student account and register for any of the lab groups. You are expected to work in pairs. If you want to team up with someone you know, that is ok. Just make sure you register at the same time. It does not matter which group you pick. They all have the same schedule and the same assistant. If you need help the lab assistant will help you at the labs. Register no later than 8 September 2008.
Page responsible: Peter Dalenius
Last updated: 2008-08-25