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Language peer sets for 20-GATE:
United States
United States/1961
Designed 1961
1960s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Internal Translators
Numerical Scientific
Internal Translators
US historic algorithmic systems
Historic algorithmic languages
Internal Translators/1961
US historic algorithmic systems/1961
Historic algorithmic languages/1961
Internal Translators/United States
US historic algorithmic systems/United States
Historic algorithmic languages/United States
Numerical Scientific
Numerical Scientific/1961
Numerical Scientific/us


GATE for the G-20 

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Country: United States
Designed 1961
Published: 1961
Genus: Internal Translators
Sammet category: Numerical Scientific

Carnegie, ca 1965. Algebraic language for the G-20.

Related languages
GATE 20-GATE   Evolution of
20-GATE Perlis format language   Subsystem

  • [CIT] (1961) [CIT] "20-GATE algebraic compiler" Computation Center, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1961.
  • [CIT] (1962) [CIT] "20-GATE Algebraic Compiler for the CDC-20" Computer Center, Carnegie Inst. Tech., Pittsburgh, Pa., 1962.
  • Perlis, A. J. (1964) Perlis, A. J. "A format language" Abstract Extract: Description
          in [ACM] CACM 7(02) (Feb 1964) includes Papers prese (1964) [ACM] CACM 7(02) (Feb 1964) includes Papers presented at a Working Conference on Mechanical Language Structures, Princeton, N. J., August 1963
  • Tonge, Fred M.; Peter Keller and Allen Newell (1965) Tonge, Fred M.; Peter Keller and Allen Newell "QUIKSCRIPT - a SIMSCRIPT-like language for the G-20" Abstract Extract: Purpose of QUIKSCRIPT Extract: Introduction
          in [ACM] (1965) [ACM] CACM 8(06) June 1965
  • Perlis, Alan J (1986) Perlis, Alan J "Two Thousand Words and Two Thousand Ideas: The 650 at Carnegie" Extract: TASS, GAT, GATE, IT, SOAP, THAT
          in [AHOC] (1986) Annals of the History of Computing, 08(1) January 1986 (IBM 650 Issue)
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