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Course Name
Turkish Fonksiyonel Programlama
English Functional Programming
Course Code
BLG 458E Credit Lecture
Semester -
2 2 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Hayri Turgut Uyar
Course Objectives Teaching students the functional programming paradigm.

Teaching students modern functional programming languages such as Haskell.

Improving the students' understanding of imperative programming constructs by contrasting them with functional concepts.

Teaching students the functional programming techniques that can also be beneficial in imperative programming languages.
Course Description Programming paradigms and functional programming principles. Recursion. Algebraic data types. Pattern matching. Higher-order functions. Type classes. Functional data structures. Lazy evaluation. Monads.
Course Outcomes Students learn the functional programming principles and understand their significance.

Students can develop small- to moderate-sized projects using a functional programming language.

Students can judge whether they would need to employ functional programming in a given project and choose the appropriate tools for achieving such a goal.

Students can apply functional programming techniques to improve their coding skills in imperative programming platforms.
Pre-requisite(s) Data Structures
Required Facilities
Textbook "Haskell: The Craft of Functional Programming", Simon Thompson, Addison-Wesley, 2011, ISBN 9780201882957.
Other References "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs", Harold Abelson, Gerald Jay Sussman, MIT Press, 1996, ISBN 9780262510875.
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