|CSCI 4150: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Fall 2005|
We will be using the Scheme programming language for programming assignments in this class. Though there are a number of different Scheme implementations, you should use the latest version of MIT/GNU Scheme (version 7.7.1). There are two reasons for this: your code will be tested under MIT/GNU Scheme, and the provided support code for later assignments will be distributed in compiled form for MIT/GNU Scheme.
MIT/GNU Scheme is free software. It is available for a variety of operating systems, but only for x86 hardware. Someone in class said that it works under MacOS, but I didn't see anything on the MIT/GNU Scheme page about this. Send me a pointer and I'll put it up on the "Getting started" page.
See the Getting started page above for more details.