Bemer, R. W. "The Status of Automatic Programming for Scientific Problems"

(1957)

[Armour] (1957) "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Computer Applications Symposium" , Armour Research Foundation, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois 1957  

Languages mentioned

  • 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 {1957} Data manipulation language from Remington St Paul
  • ABC I {1954} Datacorp high level assembler
  • ACOM {1953} Early Autocode at GM
  • ADES II {1955} Automatic Digital Encoding System v II
  • AFAC {1957} Algebraic autocode at GM Allison
  • Algebraic {1953} MIT Automatic Coding System
  • APS {1957}
  • ASSEMBLY {1951} Rochester Asssembler for IBM
  • AT-3 {1954} Algebraic Translator
  • AUTOCODER {1955} IBM generalised autocode
  • B-0 {1957} UNIVAC English language compiler
  • BACAIC {1954} Algebraic system at Boeing
  • BALITAC {1956} MIT Compiler for 650
  • BASE 00 {1955} SEAC interpreter
  • BELL {1955} Bell labs compilers
  • BIOR {1955} Autocode for the UNIVAC
  • Brooker Autocode {1953} Machester Mark I autocode
  • CAGE {1955} GE Optimising autocode
  • CHIP {1956} Wright ADC Interpeter for the UNIVAC 1103
  • COMPILER I {1957} Boeing 1103A compiler
  • Comprehensive {1953} MIT Combined interactive and automatic coding system
  • CORBIE {1955} NBS 704 Autocode
  • DATACODE I {1957} Burrough compiler
  • DOI {1952} Wheeler
  • DOUGLAS {1952} Douglas SM Macro-assembler
  • DOW COMPILER {1959} Dow Chemicals Autocoder
  • DRUCO I {1954} In-house autocode for IBM 650
  • DUAL {1953} autocoder with emulated floating point
  • DUAL-607 {1953} Los Alamos Macro-assembler for IBM 701
  • DUMBO {1957} Babcock and Wilcox interpreter/compiler for Burrough Datatron 205
  • EASE II {1956}
  • EASIAC {1954} Autocoder for the Michigan U Midac
  • EASY FOX {1954} Rand autocode for Johhniac
  • ELI {1957} Equitable Life 705 autocode
  • ESCAPE {1957} Curtiss Wright interpretive autocode
  • FAIR {1957} Kodak Eastman interpretive autocoder
  • FAP {1956} Lockheed interpreter for Univac 1103A
  • FLAIR {1955} Autocode for 650
  • FLIP/SPUR {1955} Combination of autocode and assembler for UNIVAC 1103
  • FLOP {1953} Lockheed virtual machine for IBM 701
  • FORC {1957} Simple algebraic system at Redstone
  • Formules {1956} Compiler for Zuse Z4
  • FORTRAN {1954} Backus et al high-level compiler
  • FORTRANSIT {1956} FORTRAN Internal Translator
  • GP {1955} Generalized Programming Compiler
  • Hanford Mark I {1956} Report generating language
  • IT {1955} Algebraic interpreter for IBM 705
  • IT {1955} Internal Translator mathematical autocoder
  • JCS-13 {1953} Rand macroassembler for IBM 701
  • Klammerausdr죫e {1951} algebraic language
  • KOMPILER 2 {1955} Hybrid algebra flow language
  • KOMPILER 3 {1957} Livermore Autocode
  • L1 {1955} Bell 1 interpreter
  • L2 {1955} Bell L2 interpreter
  • L3 {1955} Bell L3 Interpreter
  • Lincoln Compiler {1957}
  • MAGIC {1954} Michigan interactive coding system
  • MATH-MATIC {1955} Mathematically oriented autocode
  • MATRIX MATH {1953} Matrix algebra compiler for UNIVAC II
  • MISHAP {1956} Lockheed assembler package for UNIVAC 1103A
  • MITILAC {1955} MIT macroassembler
  • MJS {1956} Livermore Compiler for UNIVAC I
  • NAA Assembly {1953} Interpreted macro-assembler for IBM 701
  • NORC COMPILER {1955} Compiler for the Naval Ordnance
  • NYAP {1954} NYU Compiler System
  • NYDPP {1957} Services assembler
  • OMNICODE {1956} Autocoder for 650
  • OMNIFAX {1956} Compiler for Univac I
  • PACT I {1955} Translator for SHARE IBMs
  • PACT IA {1957} Translator compiler for 704
  • PRINT I {1956} Load and go scientific calculation system
  • QUEASY {1955} NOTS autocode for IBM 701
  • QUICK {1953} DAC Autocode for 701
  • RAWOOP {1955} Macroassembler for UNIVAC 1103
  • RAWOOP/SNAP {1957} Ramo Woolridge macroassembler for UNIVAC
  • REG-SYMBOLIC {1955} Los Alamos symbolic assembler
  • RELATIVE {1955} Interpretive autocode at GM Allison
  • RELCODE {1956} Assmbler for UNIVAC I and II
  • SAC {1956} Electrodata assembler for Burroughs
  • SAP {1957} SHARE Assembly Program
  • SCAT {1957} SHARE Compiler, Assembler, Translater
  • SCRIPT {1955} GE Hanford autocoder
  • SHACO {1953} Interpretive symbolic maths system
  • SHORT CODE {1950} Assembler for UNIVAC and BINAC
  • Simple code {1957} Floating point autocode
  • SIR {1955} IBM Autocoder for IBM 650
  • SNAP {1955} Ramo Woolridge floating point package for UNIVAC 1103
  • SO 2 {1952} Symbolic assembler for IBM 701
  • SOAP {1955} Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program
  • SOAP II {1957} Symbolic Optimum Assembly Program
  • SOHIO {1956} SOHIO autocode for 750
  • SPEED CODING {1955} Redstone Arsenal Autocode
  • SPEEDCODING {1953} Backus Autocoder
  • SPUR {1956} Floating point package
  • STAR {1956} Burroughs 200/205 assembler
  • Summer Session {1953} MIT Interactive coding system
  • SYMBOLIC ASSEMBLY {1956} Symbolic assembler for IBM 705
  • TRANSCODE {1953} Autocoder at Toronto
  • TRANS-USE {1956} Univac 1103 macroassembler
  • UDECIN-1 {1957} UDEC III interpreter
  • UDECOM-3 {1957} Compiler for the Burroughs UDEC III
  • UGLIAC {1956} United Gas autocode
  • UNICODE {1955} UNIVAC hybrid of FORTRAN and MATH-MATIC
  • Universal Code {1955} Moore school SEAC autocoder
  • USE {1957} USE Scientific Compiler UNIVAX 1103A
  • Wolontis-Bell Interpreter {1955} High level interpreter at Bell labs for 650
  • X-1 {1956} Experimental Assembler For Univac II