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The Art of the Metaobject Protocol
The book, which was written by the three Lisp programmers in collaboration with several respected theorists, describes the protocol on which the Common Lisp object system is based. This book details the metaobject protocol, the framework on which the Common Lisp object system (CLOS) is based. The philosophy behind the meta-object protocol explains, in non-technical terms, why it is such a good idea to separate an object's methods from its implementation. The authors introduce this new approach to programming language design, describe its evolution and design principles, and present a formal specification of .Format: Paperback 352 pages Hausdorff invariance: A measure-theoretic foundation of invariance, equivariance and symmetry for operations and concepts in algebra, geometry and analysis / by Wolfgang Bock, Hanspeter Pfitzner, Harald Weinert. — 2007 — x, 160 p.; 20 cm. — A volume of Lecture Notes in Mathematics. —. — Berlin: De Gruyter. — ISBN. —. —. A volume of Lecture Notes in Mathematics. This publication covers topics of invariance, equivariance and symmetry in algebra, geometry and analysis, with an emphasis on measure theory. It includes a discussion of Hausdorff invariance and its many applications, as well as results about groups with discrete and continuous symmetry, with applications to the theory of tensor spaces. This volume is devoted to equivariant concepts in algebra, geometry and analysis, such as equivariant topology, equivariant algebraic geometry, equivariant complex analysis and equivariant operator theory. The new topics in this volume range from results on the equivariant homology of finite simplicial complexes and equivariant de Rham cohomology, to topological invariants for locally compact spaces, to a proof of the Chevalley-Weil theorem for complex semisimple Lie groups. The book also contains a novel framework for complex analytic spaces, which is based on the theory of Hausdorff invariance, with applications to the theory of Hilbert functors. The Alchemy of Lisp by Paul Graham (2006) Hardcover on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying . This book is the definitive guide to the Lisp family of programming languages, and its home. It uses the actual languages, as well as the popular interpreters, to illustrate the language features and design principles of the Lisp family. Paul Graham's
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