MultiScheme

MultiScheme

An implementation of Multilisp built on MIT's C-Scheme, for the BBN Butterfly.

["MultiScheme: A Paralled Processing System Based on MIT Scheme", J. Miller, TR-402, MIT LCS, Sept 1987].
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At 18 months of age, the noncleft group of children performed best on all language and play measures, and at 30 months the CLP group of children caught up with the noncleft group of children on single scheme and multischeme play measures but not on the language measure.
For example, cooperative, multischeme dramatic play with peers is a peak achievement during the preschool years, and children use imagination and sophisticated language, problem-solving, and social skills in that play.
In particular, it will address object-based play, from early exploratory manipulations to planned symbolic, multischeme sequences.
comb their own hair and then their mother's hair), and multischeme combinations (Level 4.
With futures in languages such as Multilisp [Halstead 1985; 1989; Osborne 1989] and MultiScheme [Miller 1987], the programmer explicitly states what should be evaluated in parallel using the future annotation.
The author describes developmental levels of play ranging from early sensorimotor-exploratory to symbolic play involving complex and planned multischeme sequences.
This article has presented a research literature-based overview of the construct of the development of play, ranging from early sensorimotor-exploratory play that emerges around 2 to 4 months through the appearance of complex and planned multischeme symbolic play centered on social scripts, which appears at about 30 months.

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