|Research about better integrating sets with languages email@example.com (Bennu Strelitzia) (2009-12-04)|
|Re: Research about better integrating sets with languages firstname.lastname@example.org (email@example.com) (2009-12-11)|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Dec 2009 17:28:01 -0800 (PST)|
|Posted-Date:||12 Dec 2009 12:18:52 EST|
On Dec 4, 7:11 am, Bennu Strelitzia <bennu.strelit...@gmail.com>
> Am interested in pointers to any of the following computer language
> research or implementations:
> * Set abstractions and operations including infinite, realizing the
> impossibility of any complete implementation of such infinite sets, but
> undaunted in the desire to still implement, for example, many natural
> useful infinite sets, i.e. the set of integers, the set of X-collated
> lists, etc. ...
> [Well, there's always SETL. -John]
SETL's cool, but only for finite sets. For infinite sets, check out
CM Lisp for ideas. Though I know of no implementation, sadly.
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