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Language peer sets for QUIKSCRIPT:
United States
United States/1965
Designed 1965
1960s languages
Third generation
Early Cold War
Genus Internal Translators
Specialised Languages
Internal Translators
US historic algorithmic systems
Historic algorithmic languages
Internal Translators/1965
US historic algorithmic systems/1965
Historic algorithmic languages/1965
Internal Translators/United States
US historic algorithmic systems/United States
Historic algorithmic languages/United States
Specialised Languages
Specialised Languages/1965
Specialised Languages/us


Extensions to GATE for simulation 

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1965
Published: 1965
Genus: Internal Translators
Sammet category: Specialised Languages

Simulation language derived from SIMSCRIPT, based on 20-GATE, and using IPL-V structures for the SIMSCRIPT lists and sets ("reflecting the author's prejudices" according to Tonge 1965).

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  • Shimrat, M. (1965) Shimrat, M. review of Tonge 1965 Abstract
          in (1965) ACM Computing Reviews 6(06) November-December 1965
  • 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
          in [ACM] (1965) [ACM] CACM 8(06) June 1965
  • Lubin, John Francis and Teichroew, Daniel (1966) Lubin, John Francis and Teichroew, Daniel "Computer simulation—discussion of the technique and comparison of languages" pp723-741
          in [ACM] (1966) [ACM] CACM 9(10) October 1966
  • Barron (1971) Barron, DW "Approaches to conversation FORTRAN" pp123-127 Abstract Extract: Introduction Extract: City Conversational FORTRAN
          in (1971) The Computer Journal 14(1) 1971
  • Sammet (1972) Sammet, Jean E., "Roster of Programming Languages 1972" 234
          in (1972) Computers & Automation 21(6B), 30 Aug 1972
  • Stock and Stock (1973) Stock, Marylene and Stock, Karl F. "Bibliography of Programming Languages: Books, User Manuals and Articles from PLANKALKUL to PL/I" Verlag Dokumentation, Pullach/Munchen 1973 495 Abstract
          in (1972) Computers & Automation 21(6B), 30 Aug 1972
  • Nance, Richard E. (1993) Nance, Richard E. A history of discrete event simulation programming languages
          in [HOPL II] (1993) [ACM SIGPLAN] SIGPLAN Notices 28(03) March 1993 The second ACM SIGPLAN conference on History of programming languages (HOPL II)
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