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Well-respected text for computer science students provides an accessible introduction to functional programming. Cogent examples illuminate the central ideas, and numerous exercises offer reinforcement. Includes solutions. 1989 edition.

The non-Newtonian calculi provide a wide variety of mathematical tools for use in science, engineering, and mathematics. They appear to have considerable potential for use as alternatives to the classical calculus of Newton and Leibniz. It may well be that these calculi can be used to define new concepts, to yield new or simpler laws, or to formulate or solve problems.

This book explains how each non-Newtonian calculus, as well as the classical calculus of Newton and Leibniz, can be 'weighted' in a natural way. In each of these weighted calculi, a weighted average (of functions) plays a central role. The weighted calculi provide a wide variety of mathematical tools for use in science, engineering, and mathematics. They appear to have considerable potential for use as alternatives to the classical calculus. It may well be that they can be used to define new concepts, to yield new or simpler laws, or to formulate or solve problems.

This Festschrift is in honor of Chris Hankin, Professor at the Imperial College in London, UK, on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday. Chris Hankin is a Fellow of the Institute for Security Science and Technology and a Professor of Computing Science. His research is in cyber security, data analytics and semantics-based program analysis. He leads multidisciplinary projects focused on developing advanced visual analytics and providing better decision support to defend against cyber attacks. This Festschrift is a collection of scientific contributions related to the topics that have marked the research career of Professor Chris Hankin. The contributions have been written to honour Chris' career and on the occasion of his retirement.