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Language peer sets for Hanford Mark I:
United States
United States/1956
Designed 1956
1950s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Report Generators
Business Data Processing
Report Generators
Data processing
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Report Generators/1956
Data processing/1956
Close mapping/1956
Report Generators/United States
Data processing/United States
Close mapping/United States
Business Data Processing
Business Data Processing/1956
Business Data Processing/us

Hanford Mark I(ID:2792/han003)

Report generating language 

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Country: United States
Designed 1956
Published: 1956
Genus: Report Generators
Sammet category: Business Data Processing

for the town with the Nuclear facility

Report generating language from GE

Fry and Sibley:
"The patriarch of today's RPG system was developed at the Hanford (Washington) operations of the Atomic Energy Commission, which was then managed by the General Electric Company. In 1956 Poland, Thompson, and Wright developed a generalized report generator (MARK I) and a generalized sort routine for the IBM 702."

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  • Bemer (1957) Bemer, R. W. "The Status of Automatic Programming for Scientific Problems" Abstract Extract: GE Hanford as Futuristic Extract: Summary Extract: IT, FORTRANSIT, SAP, SOAP, SOHIO
          in [Armour] (1957) "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Computer Applications Symposium" , Armour Research Foundation, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois 1957
  • Bachman, Charles W. (1966) Bachman, Charles W. "On a generalized language for file organization and manipulation" Extract: History
          in [ACM] (1966) [ACM] CACM 9(03) March 1966 includes proceedings of the ACM Programming Languages and Pragmatics Conference, San Dimas, California, August 1965
  • Fry, James P.; Sibley, Edgar H. (1976) Fry, James P.; Sibley, Edgar H. "Evolution of Data-Base Management Systems"
          in [ACM] (1976) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 8(1) March 1976
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