X-Git-Url: http://lambda.jimpryor.net/git/gitweb.cgi?p=lambda.git;a=blobdiff_plain;f=week1.mdwn;h=b1df1ad5523599929a4241489ab9260cb49fa256;hp=92116551b5d7045279f03412366a4d7f85b6cc74;hb=97cbee46cb35e1eb7aa5ea5f8b1af3583f5b7522;hpb=e27f448835413a6c7c8d1da094899bf725ec8461 diff --git a/week1.mdwn b/week1.mdwn index 92116551..b1df1ad5 100644 --- a/week1.mdwn +++ b/week1.mdwn @@ -37,7 +37,6 @@ We'll tend to write `(λa M)` as just `(\a M)`, so we don't hav Application: `(M N)` -Some authors reserve the term "term" for just variables and abstracts. We'll probably just say "term" and "expression" indiscriminately for expressions of any of these three forms. Examples of expressions: @@ -131,7 +130,7 @@ because here the second occurrence of `y` is no longer free. There is plenty of discussion of this, and the fine points of how substitution works, in Hankin and in various of the tutorials we've linked to about the lambda calculus. We expect you have a good intuitive understanding of what to do already, though, even if you're not able to articulate it rigorously. -* MORE +* [More discussion in week 2 notes](/week2/#index1h1) Shorthand @@ -357,6 +356,7 @@ combinatorial logic + Rosetta Stone =============