Michael A. Covington, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist
Adjunct Professor of Computer Science
Associate Director
Artificial Intelligence Center
The University of Georgia

E-mail: mc@uga.edu

Michael A. Covington > Courses > Symbolic Programming > Lisp Notes and Handouts

Lisp Notes and Handouts

These materials are not a complete course in Lisp. They are only an introduction, to occupy a couple of weeks in a survey course in artificial intelligence or symbolic programming. They emphasize techniques in Lisp that are similar to Prolog but different from conventional programming languages.

These copyrighted materials are for use at The University of Georgia. If you are located elsewhere, you are welcome to read and download them for your own use, but please check with me before distributing them further or using them in classrooms at other institutions.

I regret that I cannot assist people who are studying Lisp but are not enrolled in my courses. There just isn't time.