Design concepts in programming languagesАвтор:
Franklyn A. Turbak and David K.
Gifford, with Mark A. Sheldon. Издательство:
Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyГод:
super fine (OCR)
This book is the text for 6.821 Programming Languages, an entry-level, singlesemester, graduate-level course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The students that take our course know how to program and are mathematically inclined, but they typically have not had an introduction to programming language design or its mathematical foundations. We assume a reader with similar preparation, and we include an appendix that completely explains the mathematical metalanguage we use. Many of the exercises are taken directly from our problem sets and examination questions, and have been specifically designed to cause students to apply their newfound knowledge to practical (and sometimes impractical!) extensions to the foundational ideas taught in the course.Скачать с ifolder.ruСкачать с depositfiles.comСкачать с rapidshare.com