Bruno, in reading your paper "Amoeba, Planaria, and Dreaming Machines" I find you have written some of the functions explicitly in LISP. This nice since it is sometimes hard to grasp the relatively abstract notions. But they use LISP functions that are not part of the basic language (e.g. as defined in Steele): mapquote, enlevedebut, subst-list-sauf-quote, argu, npremier. I can guess at them, but I would like to know exactly what they are.


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