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//ELLPACK | ⊕ 1989 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Parallel version of ELLPACK |

ADSL | ⊕ 1962 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Business Data Processing | Algebraic | ⊕ Italy | Algebraic Data System Language |

AFAC | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic autocode at GM Allison |

ALAM | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United Kingdom | Atlas LISP Algebraic Manipulation |

ALERT | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Business Data Processing | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | IR language |

ALGAE | ⊕ 1950 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Los Alamos algebraic system |

ALGAN | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ Germany | An extension of FORTRAN to solve sets of linear equations |

Algebraic Compiler PRORAB | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Ukraine | Leningrad algebraic compiler |

Algebraic Transformation PRORAB | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Ukraine | Leningrad algebraic compiler |

ALGEM | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Polynomials-capable list-processing |

ALGY | ⊕ 1961 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Formula manipulation language |

ALMS | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Interactive algebraic system |

ALPAK | ⊕ 1963 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Extension to ALTRAN to manipulate polynomials and rational functions |

ALPAKA | ⊕ 1963 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

ALPAKB | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Generalised version of ALPAK |

ALPHA | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Multi-purpose | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | HLL for STRETCH-HARVEST |

AM1 | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ Australia | Abstract Machine 1 |

AMBIT | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ String and List Processing | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic manipulation |

AMPL | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | algebraic modeling language |

APT | ⊕ 1960 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Polish notation algebraic language |

ARGMAT | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Germany | Matrix Algebra language |

ASHMEDAI | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbolic maths package |

ASKA | ⊕ 1965 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Germany | Matrix finite element analysis language |

AUTOMAST | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | automatic mathematical analysis and symbolic translation |

AUTOMATH | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ Netherlands | |

CALPAK | ⊕ 1965 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | CALTECH Algebra package |

CALTRAN | ⊕ 1965 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | CALTECH Algebra package |

CAMAL | ⊕ 1968 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United Kingdom | CAMbridge ALgebra system |

CAPIM | ⊕ 1962 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Brazil | Matrix algerbra system |

CAPSULES | ⊕ 1983 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic system |

Clemens and Matzner | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Formac extensions for GR |

Dunten algebraic language | ⊕ 1963 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic language |

EPL | ⊕ 1991 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Equational language for parallel scientific applications |

ESP | ⊕ 1970 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbolic maths system |

EXATRAN | ⊕ 1969 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | NASA maths language |

FALCON | ⊕ 1974 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ Italy | |

FAMOUS | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic system |

GAMMA | ⊕ 1968 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ Switzerland | CERN port of Culler-Fried System |

GAMS | ⊕ 1988 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | General Algebraic Modeling System |

GRAD Assistant | ⊕ 1965 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | A LISP program to do algebraic manipulation |

IAM | ⊕ 1968 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Interactive Algebraic Manipulation |

ISM | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbol manipulation language |

K5 | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Excluded from Sammet | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic assembler |

Klerer-May System | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ||

LAS | ⊕ 1979 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | Algebra system | |

LEAF | ⊕ 1969 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ String and List Processing | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic extension to LISP |

LINGO | ⊕ 1987 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | optimization programming language |

LOLITA | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ String and List Processing | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbolic mathematics system |

MACSYMA | ⊕ 1969 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbolic math system |

MAFIA | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Lockheed matrix algebra system |

MAGEN | ⊕ 1963 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Matrix manipulation language |

MAGIC I | ⊕ 1955 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Michigan algebraic coder |

MAL | ⊕ 1971 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Boeing Matrix algebra language |

MANIP | ⊕ 1966 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | A set of FORTRAN programs to manipulate expressions. |

Mathematica | ⊕ 1988 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

MATHLAB 68 | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Second release of MATHLAB |

MATRIX MATH | ⊕ 1953 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Matrix algebra compiler for UNIVAC II |

Matrix PRORAB | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Ukraine | Leningrad matrix compiler |

MIKE | ⊕ 1988 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ Belgium | Algebraic Modula 2 |

MINION | ⊕ 1989 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Algebraic workspace system |

Mizar | ⊕ 1973 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ Poland | |

Mma | ⊕ 1991 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Mathematical system |

muPad | ⊕ 1990 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Germany | Algebraic manipulation system |

OEDIPUS | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Non-numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Bell Labs interpretive algebraic system |

PEG | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Interactive maths system |

Pegasus function interpreter | ⊕ 1959 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United Kingdom | Algebraic system for the Pegasus |

Polylith | ⊕ 1983 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Multiple language algebraic worsktation |

QAS | ⊕ 1978 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Greece | Question answering system |

REDUCE 2 | ⊕ 1970 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Improved vesion of REDUCE with new format |

SAC-1 | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Symbolic Algebraic Computing |

SAINT | ⊕ 1961 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | A program to do formal integration |

SAL | ⊕ 1965 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Simple Algebraic Language |

SCHATCHEN | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Pattern matching sublanguage for SIN |

Schoenfinkel | ⊕ 1924 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Excluded from Sammet | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Schoenfinkel's combinatory algebra |

Schoonschip | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Switzerland | Symbolic maths |

SIGMA | ⊕ 1972 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ Switzerland | Interactive maths system based on CFS |

SIGMA 76 | ⊕ 1976 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ Switzerland | Improved version of SIGMA |

SML | ⊕ 1969 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | MIT interactive maths system |

SORITEC | ⊕ 1978 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | statistical/econometric programming language |

Speakeasy | ⊕ 1971 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Interactive expression-oriented language with plugins |

SPEAKEASY 3 | ⊕ 1972 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Version 3 of Speakeasy |

Speakeasy Theta | ⊕ 2002 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

SPEAKEC | ⊕ 1977 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

STL Online Computer System | ⊕ 1964 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Improved version of Tanoga Park CFS |

SYMBAL | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | An extension of ALGOL to do formal algebraic manipulation. |

TKSolver 2 | ⊕ 2000 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

TKSolver Plus | ⊕ 1990 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | |

TOC | ⊕ 1967 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ On-Line | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Interactive algebra system |

UHFM | ⊕ 1971 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Specialised Languages | Algebraic | ⊕ United States | Formula manipulation language |

Universal PRORAB | ⊕ 1957 | ↓ ↑ ⊕ Numerical Scientific | Algebraic | ⊕ Ukraine | Leningrad algebraic compiler |