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Language peer sets for 3-LISP:
United States
United States/1982
Designed 1982
1980s languages
Fourth generation
Late Cold War
Genus Lazy Evaluation LISPs
String and List Processing
Lazy Evaluation LISPs
Lambda caculus
Lazy Evaluation LISPs/1982
Lambda caculus/1982
Lazy Evaluation LISPs/United States
LISPs/United States
Lambda caculus/United States
String and List Processing
String and List Processing/1982
String and List Processing/us


procedurally reflective dialect of LISP  

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1982
Genus: Lazy Evaluation LISPs
Sammet category: String and List Processing

Brian Smith. A procedurally reflective dialect of LISP which uses an infinite tower of interpreters.

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2-LISP 3-LISP   Evolution of
3-LISP 3-KRS   Evolution of
3-LISP Black   Influence
3-LISP Blond   Evolution of
3-LISP Brown   Evolution of
3-LISP Classtalk   Influence
3-LISP CLOS   Influence
3-LISP METAJ   Influence
3-LISP MIKE   Incorporated some features of
3-LISP ObjVlisp   Influence
3-LISP Stepper   Evolution of

  • Smith, Brian Cantwell (1982) Smith, Brian Cantwell "Reflection and Semantics in a Procedural Language" MIT 1982
  • des Rivieres, J.; Smith, B.C. (1984) des Rivieres, J.; Smith, B.C. "The implementation of procedurally reflective languages"
          in [ACM] (1984) Proceedings of the 1984 ACM Symposium on LISP and functional programming, , August 06-08, 1984, Austin, Texas,
  • Smith, B.C. (1984) Smith, B.C. "Reflection and Semantics in Lisp" pp23-35
          in [POPL 1984] (1984) [ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN] Proceedings of the 11th ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages POPL 84 1984 , Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
  • Padget (1985) Padget, J. A. "Current Development in LISP" Abstract
          in (1985) European Conference on Computer Algebra EUROCAL 85 LNCS 204
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