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June 1978 History of programming languages
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September 1987 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 18 Issue 1, September 1, 1987
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May 1979 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad - Part 1: Volume 9 Issue 4, June 1979
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Operators, which apply to functions to produce functions, are an important component of APL. Despite their importance, their role is not well understood, and they are often lumped with functions in expositions of the language. This paper attempts to clarify the role of operators in APL by tracing their development, ...
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May 1979  APL '79: Proceedings of the international conference on APL: part 1
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February 1964 Communications of the ACM: Volume 7 Issue 2, Feb. 1964
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January 2000 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 30 Issue 3, March 2000
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September 1965 Communications of the ACM: Volume 8 Issue 9, Sept. 1965
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December 1962 AFIPS '62 (Fall): Proceedings of the December 4-6, 1962, fall joint computer conference
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Algorithms commonly used in automatic data processing are, when considered in terms of the sequence of individual physical operations actually executed, incredibly complex. Such algorithms are normally made amenable to human comprehension and analysis by expressing them in a more compact and abstract form which suppresses systematic detail. This suppression ...
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March 1989 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 19 Issue 3, March 1989
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July 1982 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 13 Issue 1, September 1982
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Although the initial development of APL was motivated by the need for a precise notation for use ' ... in teaching classes, and in writing ... ', the use of APL as a teaching tool was lagged far behind its commercial use. This paper will review the current state of ...
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July 1982  APL '82: Proceedings of the international conference on APL
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October 1979 ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS): Volume 1 Issue 2, Oct. 1979
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Although operators, which apply to functions to produce functions, prove very useful in mathematics, they are absent from most programming languages. This paper illustrates their simplicity and power in terms of the operators of APL, and examines related constructs in other programming languages.
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March 1990 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 20 Issue 3, March 1990
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March 2007 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad - In honor of Kenneth E. Iverson: Volume 35 Issue 1-2, March, June 2007
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The importance of nomenclature, notation, and language as tools of thought has long been recognized. In chemistry and in botany, for example, the establishment of systems of nomenclature by Lavoisier and Linnaeus did much to stimulate and to channel later investigation. Concerning language, George Boole in his Laws of Thought ...
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January 2007 ACM Turing award lectures
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Keywords: APL, executability, mathematical notation, universality
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May 1962 AIEE-IRE '62 (Spring): Proceedings of the May 1-3, 1962, spring joint computer conference
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The paper describes a succinct problem-oriented programming language. The language is broad in scope, having been developed for, and applied effectively in, such diverse areas as microprogramming, switching theory, operations research, information retrieval, sorting theory, structure of compilers, search procedures, and language translation. The language permits a high degree of ...
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January 1987 APL '87: Proceedings of the international conference on APL: APL in transition
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I first began developing a formal language for use in teaching in the graduate program in Automatic Data Processing established by Professor Howard Aiken at Harvard in 1955. This language, now known as APL, has since passed through several phases, the main ones being documented in three publications [1-3]; my ...
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May 1987  ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 17 Issue 4, May 1987
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May 1979 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad - Part 1: Volume 9 Issue 4, June 1979
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This paper defines a single derivative operator which, together with certain related operators, provides a coherent treatment of many aspects of the derivative including the Jacobian, Laplacian, gradient, divergence, and curl. Working models of all operators are provided in a set of APL functions.
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May 1979  APL '79: Proceedings of the international conference on APL: part 1
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March 1994 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 24 Issue 3, March 1994
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March 2007 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad - In honor of Kenneth E. Iverson: Volume 35 Issue 1-2, March, June 2007
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APL is a formal, imperative language. Because it is imperative, a sentence may be called an instruction, and may be executed to produce a result. In illustrations used here, an instruction will be indented, and the result of its execution will be shown on the following line without indentation.
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October 1964 Communications of the ACM: Volume 7 Issue 10, Oct. 1964
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The addition of a few simple conventions to the Backus Normal Form specification of a language provides a mode of description which is more compact and easier to prepare and use than either the standard BNF description [1] or the corresponding syntactical chart [2].
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September 1988 ACM SIGAPL APL Quote Quad: Volume 19 Issue 1, Sept. 1988
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