Functional Programming (GC16 / 3011)
Spring Term 2012
GC16/3011 is lectured by
Christopher D. Clack .
This page, and the associated pages, are likely to be updated
as the course progresses. It was last updated on 10/01/11, but still contains
some data from previous years.
You can obtain the following information regarding: the syllabus,
the text book for the course, the groups, the coursework,
and previous exams.
If you are interested in the "Haiku or Karate?" real-world example
given in the first lecture, you might like to read a short
that describes the project.
Another paper is available which discusses common student
problems - you might like to read it.
For those of you who want a challenge, there's a paper available on
dynamic cyclic data structures.
Finally, there is some information about doing functional programming
at home on a PC: