Bemer, R "ISO TC97/SC5/WGA(1) Survey of Programming Languages and Processors" December 1962

(1962)

[ACM] (1963) [ACM] CACM 6(03) (Mar 1963)   Bob Bemer

Languages mentioned

  • (S)PAR {1962} Bendix macro assembler
  • A-0 {1952} Compiler for UNIVAC 1
  • A-1 {1953} Compiler for UNIVAC I
  • A-2 {1953} UNIVAC compiler
  • A-3 {1954} Mathematical problems
  • ABC I {1954} Datacorp high level assembler
  • ACE {1961} Autocode for the ACE
  • ACOM {1953} Early Autocode at GM
  • ACUTE {1962} UNIVAC assembler
  • ADAPT {1961} Subset of APT
  • ALMOST {1962} UNIVAC assembler
  • ANCP {1959} Datatron autocode
  • APT {1960} Polish notation algebraic language
  • APT III {1961} Automatically Programmed Tools v3
  • ARGUS {1958} Automatic Routine Generating and Updating System
  • AS-1 {1962} UNIVAC assembler
  • ASAP {1962} Autocoder
  • AUTOCODE {1952} Symbolic assembly programming language for Manchester Mark 1
  • AUTOCODER {1955} IBM generalised autocode
  • AUTOPROMT {1957} AUTOmated PROgramming of Machine Tools
  • B 15 {1962} IBM 660 autocoder
  • BACAIC {1954} Algebraic system at Boeing
  • BALITAC {1956} MIT Compiler for 650
  • BIOR {1955} Autocode for the UNIVAC
  • BLESSED {1960} Burroughs assembler
  • BLIS {1962} IBM 650 autocoder
  • CAGE {1955} GE Optimising autocode
  • Calculus {1959} Compiler at CASE
  • CAP {1959} Cornell Assembler
  • CHIP {1956} Wright ADC Interpeter for the UNIVAC 1103
  • CHLF {1962} Extension of Mercury Autocode to run on IBM 7090
  • CL-I {1960} Compiler generator language
  • COBOL Narrator {1960} RCA COBOL
  • COBOL Narrator 61 {1961} RCA Cobol 61
  • COBOL Narrator EE {1961} English Electric version of RCA COBOL
  • CODAP {1962} CDC Symbolic assembler
  • Commercial Translator {1959}
  • COMPILER I {1957} Boeing 1103A compiler
  • Comprehensive {1953} MIT Combined interactive and automatic coding system
  • CS-1 {1962} UNIVAC data-processing autocode
  • CUT-AS {1962} UNIVAC assembler
  • DAS {1962} Digital Analog Simulator
  • DATACODE I {1957} Burrough compiler
  • DOW COMPILER {1959} Dow Chemicals Autocoder
  • DRUCO I {1954} In-house autocode for IBM 650
  • DUAL {1953} autocoder with emulated floating point
  • DYNAMO {1959} DYNAmic MOdels simulation
  • EASE II {1956}
  • EASIAC {1954} Autocoder for the Michigan U Midac
  • EASY FOX {1954} Rand autocode for Johhniac
  • ELI {1957} Equitable Life 705 autocode
  • ERFPI {1959}
  • ESCAPE {1957} Curtiss Wright interpretive autocode
  • FACS {1962} Georgia Lockheed version of FLAIR
  • FACT {1958} Fully Automated Compiling Technique
  • FAIR {1957} Kodak Eastman interpretive autocoder
  • FAP {1956} Lockheed interpreter for Univac 1103A
  • FAP {1959} FORTRAN Assembly Program
  • FAST {1959} FORTRAN compiler
  • FLAIR {1955} Autocode for 650
  • FLIP {1954} Floating point interpretive program
  • FLIP {1954} Floating point interpretive program
  • FLIP {1959} Functional list processor
  • FLIP/SPUR {1955} Combination of autocode and assembler for UNIVAC 1103
  • FLIPPER {1962} Bendix autocoder
  • FLOP {1953} Lockheed virtual machine for IBM 701
  • FORMOST {1962} UNIVAC assembler
  • GAT {1959} Generalized Algebraic Translator
  • GEPURS {1959} General purpose autocoder
  • GIF {1958} IT translator
  • GP {1955} Generalized Programming Compiler
  • GPS {1957} General Problem Solver
  • GPX {1955} General Programming Extended
  • INTERCOM 101 {1956} FP autocode
  • IPL-V {1957} Information Processing Language v5
  • JCS/13 {1962} IBM assembler
  • K5 {1957} Algebraic assembler
  • KOMPILER 2 {1955} Hybrid algebra flow language
  • L2 {1955} Bell L2 interpreter
  • L3 {1955} Bell L3 Interpreter
  • LAS {1962} UNIVAC LARC assembler
  • LT-2 {1959}
  • MAC {1957} Mercury Automatic Coding
  • MAC {1957} MIT Algebraic Compiler for IBM 650
  • MAGIC {1954} Michigan interactive coding system
  • Manchester Autocode {1960}
  • MATH-MATIC {1955} Mathematically oriented autocode
  • MIMIC {1962} Linguistics processing language
  • MISHAP {1956} Lockheed assembler package for UNIVAC 1103A
  • MITILAC {1955} MIT macroassembler
  • MJS {1956} Livermore Compiler for UNIVAC I
  • NEAT {1960} NCR's Autocoder
  • NUCOM {1961} CNC language
  • NYAP {1954} NYU Compiler System
  • OMNICODE {1956} Autocoder for 650
  • OMNIFAX {1956} Compiler for Univac I
  • ORBIT {1959} Oak Ridge IT
  • PACT I {1955} Translator for SHARE IBMs
  • PENNCODE {1960} Penn State autocoder
  • POGO {1959} G-15 Autocoder
  • QUEASY {1955} NOTS autocode for IBM 701
  • QUICK {1953} DAC Autocode for 701
  • RAWOOP/SNAP {1957} Ramo Woolridge macroassembler for UNIVAC
  • RELCODE {1956} Assmbler for UNIVAC I and II
  • RIII {1962} Univac assembler
  • ROAR {1961} RPC-400 Assembler
  • ROHR Numerical Tool Control {1961} Sperry Rand NC
  • SAC {1956} Electrodata assembler for Burroughs
  • SAIL {1957} Livermore Larc assembler
  • SAL {1962} Simple Author Language
  • SALT {1957}
  • SALT {1957}
  • SAP {1953} Symbolic Assembly
  • SAP {1957} SHARE Assembly Program
  • SAP {1957} SHARE Assembly Program
  • SCAT {1957} SHARE Compiler, Assembler, Translater
  • SCOPAC {1962}
  • SCRIPT {1955} GE Hanford autocoder
  • SEESAW {1954} Autocode for the IBM 701
  • SHACO {1953} Interpretive symbolic maths system
  • SHADOW {1958} Syntax-directed compiler
  • SHORT CODE {1950} Assembler for UNIVAC and BINAC
  • SIMPLE {1958} Simulation of Industrial Management Problems with Lots of Equations
  • SLAP {1962} Simple Language for Automatic Programming
  • SLEUTH {1962} Symbolic Assembler for UNIVAC 1107
  • SNAP {1955} Ramo Woolridge floating point package for UNIVAC 1103
  • SOAP I {1956} First release of SOAP
  • SOAP II {1957} Symbolic Optimum Assembly Program
  • SOAP III {1958} SOAP extended by Knuth
  • SOHIO {1956} SOHIO autocode for 750
  • SPACE {1962}
  • SPAR {1959} Autocoder for Burroughs/Datatron 200 series
  • SPEEDCODING {1953} Backus Autocoder
  • SPEEDCODING {1953} Backus Autocoder
  • SPEEDEX {1959} Assembler for 701
  • SPUR {1956} Floating point package
  • STAR I {1959} Burroughs 220 assembler
  • STRAP I {1960} assembler for IBM 7030/709
  • STRAP II {1961} STRetch Assembly Program
  • TAC {1959} TRANSAC Assembler Compiler
  • TASS {1959} Tech Assembly System
  • TRANSCODE {1953} Autocoder at Toronto
  • TRANSUSE {1962} translator for USE compiler
  • TRIM {1962} UNIVAC code generator
  • UNISAP {1957} Case SAP
  • USE {1957} USE Scientific Compiler UNIVAX 1103A
  • UTMOST {1962}
  • WIZOR {1962} Compiler compiler for GE-25
  • X-1 {1956} Experimental Assembler For Univac II
  • X-2 {1958} UNIVAC Assembler
  • X-6 {1959}
  • XIL {1958} UNIVAC symbolic assembler