Miscelleaneous Scheme code
This section contains miscellaneous Scheme code.
Josep Riverola's Simmer system, an environment for developing simulation models in Scheme
. Requires a Mac,
John Bertoldi's portable 2-D gray-scale graphics package for Scheme
. Produces output that can be used by the Adobe Illustrator (TM) and most other page composition and illustration-editing applications.
A simple adventure game written in an object oriented style mostly by a 10-year old
. Posted by Ted Dunning.
Scheme version of the lisp code for Calendrical Calculations by Nachum Dershowitz and Edward M. Reingold
. Scheme code by Ozan Yigit.
A CoreWars system in Scheme->C, by Sam Shen
. It will need some work to make it work under other Scheme systems.
Scheme version of the Gabriel benchmarks, circa 1987/88, by Will Clinger
. May need
Max Hailperin's simple programmer's interface for robotics sensors and effectors, such as in Lego(R) Technic Control kits and the like, using the Hyperbot(TM) controller.
. Uses MIT Scheme.
Chez version of Micro ELI (English Language Interpreter) from Shank and Riesbeck
Chez version of Micro SAM from Shank and Riesbeck
Simple code to solve satisfiability, by Ted Dunning
Olivier Danvy's "Putting Scheme to Work" demo
A Turing Machine simulation, by Ulf Dittmer.
Symbolic differentiation code (based on Abelson & Sussman), by Ulf Dittmer.
A genetic programming engine for Scheme, by Jonathan Kleid.
A molecular CAD program, by Will Ware. It runs on the MrEd interpreter being developed by Matt Flatt at Rice University.
The Internet Scheme Repository