An Optimizing Compiler for Lexically Scoped Lisp (1982)

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by Rodney A. Brooks , Richard P. Gabriel , Guy L. Steele
Venue:In Proceedings of the SIGPLAN '82 Symposium on Compiler Construction
Citations:13 - 1 self

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32 Shallow Binding in Lisp 1.5 – Henry G. Baker - 1978
15 CONS Should not CONS its Arguments, or, a Lazy Alloc is a Smart Alloc – Henry G. Baker - 1992
Approved by: – R. Kent Dybvig, R. Kent Dybvig, R. Kent Dybvig - 1987
22 Equal Rights for Functional Objects or, The More Things Change, The More They Are the Same – Henry Baker - 1993
LISP: PROGRAM IS DATA A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON MACLISP – Jon L White
48 The Evolution of Lisp – Guy L. Steele, Jr., Richard P. Gabriel - 1993
IIA computer. The dialect of Lisp is an extension of COMMON Lisp[Steele 1982], a descendant of MacLisp – Rodney A. Brooks, Richard P. Gabriel, Guy L. Steele
L1 [Spä76, Abd80, RR73b]. ≤ 80 [CM66]. – Nelson H. F. Beebe - 2013
32 A Syntactic Theory of Dynamic Binding – Luc Moreau - 1997
1 Deep and shallow binding: the assignment operation – Hanan Samet - 1979
74 Scheme: An interpreter for extended lambda calculus – Gerald Jay Sussman, Guy L Steele Jr. - 1975
16 Aspects of implementing CLU – Russell R. Atkinson, Barbara H. Llskov, Robert W. Scheifler - 1978
105 Performance and Evaluation of Lisp Systems – Richard P. Gabriel - 1985
75 Continuation-Based Multiprocessing – Mitchell Wand - 1980
14 Garbage Collection and Other Optimizations – David R. Chase - 1987
THEORY & PRACTICE – Gerald Jay Sussman
REQUEST-BASED MEDIATED EXECUTION BY – Sameer Sundresh
29 Declarative Continuations and Categorical Duality – Andrzej Filinski - 1989
Chapter 8 Hardware Security Mechanisms – unknown authors