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3DScheme & 3DScheme Pro - 3DScheme & 3DScheme Pro are Scheme systems for Microsoft Windows with a builtin "industrial-strength" solid modeler based on the ACIS(R) Geometric Modeling Kernel.
Bigloo - A Scheme system devoted to one goal: enabling scheme based programming where C(++) is usually required.
CHICKEN - A Scheme compiler which compiles a subset of R5RS into C. Uses the ideas presented in Baker's paper "Cheney on the MTA". It is small and easily extendable, although not a production quality or high-performance Scheme system.
CMU AI Repository Free/Shareware Scheme Implementations - Yet more Scheme implementations from the CMU AI Repository. Many of these are also available from the Indiana University Scheme Repository.
Chez Scheme - While Chez Scheme is commercial, it is arguably one of the best Scheme implementations available.
DrScheme - A complete Scheme programming environment for major Unix systems, Windows, and the Macintosh. Includes a module system and an object system as well as platform-independent graphics. An ideal Scheme for beginners, one of its major design goals is a flexible teaching environment.
EdScheme - EdScheme is a Scheme interpreter available on both Microsoft Windows and Macintosh platforms. It includes a "friendly and convenient interactive programming environment" with a language sensitive editor and complete documentation.
Elk - Elk (Extension Language kit) has been designed specifically as an embeddable, reusable extension language subsystem for applications written in C or C++. Elk is also a useful standalone Scheme implementation with interfaces to POSIX, Unix, and X11.
Esh - A new Unix shell with a simplified subset of Scheme as its programming language. Implemented in about 5000 lines of C source.
Galapagos - An interactive multithreaded Scheme interpreter with turtle graphics for Windows 95, based on SCM.
Gambit - A Scheme system for Unix, Windows-NT/95, MS-DOS, and Macintosh, by Marc Feeley.
Guile - GNU's Ubiquitous Intelligent Language for Extension, is a library implementation of the Scheme language plus various convenient facilities. It's designed so that you can link it into an application or utility to make it extensible.
Indiana University Scheme Repository: Implementations - Even more Scheme implementations freely available from the Indiana U. repository.
Infer Project - Statically-typed Scheme dialect, written in Infer, combines many of the best features of Scheme and ML. NSF funded.
Inlab Scheme - A commercial Scheme which is freely available for non-commercial use on Linux and FreeBSD. It has support for several features like bitmap/greymap processing and can be used as a general tool for image processing, OCR or specialized optical object and pattern recognition.
Jeffrey Mark Siskind's Software - Offering a compiler and a library of procedures for Scheme. Also typeset trees
KSM-Scheme - KSM-Scheme is an R5RS Scheme interpreter which integrates with C, allowing calling of C functions and accessing C variables from Scheme. It provides a mechanism to load C shared libraries. It runs on x86 and PowerPC based Linux systems.
Kali Scheme - Kali Scheme is a distributed implementation of Scheme that permits efficient transmission of higher-order objects such as closures and continuations.
Larceny - Larceny is a simple and efficient run-time system for Scheme, currently running on the SPARC architecture. A portable implementation that generates C (dubbed "Petit Larceny") is also being developed.
LispMe - Newer versions here. Scheme system for the Palm Pilot PDA developed by Fred Bayer.

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