Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp

Author: Peter Norvig
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by Tistel   2018-10-13
Peter Norvig (of google fame) describes how to write a prolog like language in Common Lisp: https://www.amazon.ca/Paradigms-Artificial-Intelligence-Prog...
by anonymous   2018-03-19

In my opinion, Common Lisp: A Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computation is the best introductory Lisp book available. It has a good pace for (even absolute) beginners, and there are nice little exercises with solutions. If I interpret your self-description correctly, this would be a good read for you.

When I recommended it to some of my fellow students, all agreed that this was a very solid introduction to Lisp, and everybody passed the exam without problems. Some (those already quite good at programming) found it too slow paced, however.

Then, good second reads (or first, if you feel bored by Touretzky) would be Practical Common Lisp and Successful Lisp.

Finally, one of my favorite books not only about Lisp, but programming in general is PAIP. I prefer its style to SICP, which is also great and recommended by many.

by boysabr3   2018-01-07
Haven't read it personally but heard great things about: Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp - Peter Norvig

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1558601910