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Language peer sets for ARITH-MATIC:
United States
United States/1954
Designed 1954
1950s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Low-level Autocoders
Numerical Scientific
Low-level Autocoders
US historic algorithmic systems
Low-level Autocoders/1954
US historic algorithmic systems/1954
Low-level Autocoders/United States
Autocoders/United States
US historic algorithmic systems/United States
Numerical Scientific
Numerical Scientific/1954
Numerical Scientific/us


Subsequent name for A-3 

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1954
Published: 1954
Genus: Low-level Autocoders
Sammet category: Numerical Scientific

subsequent name for A-3


Related languages
A-3 ARITH-MATIC   Renaming
C-10 ARITH-MATIC   Compiled to

  • Ash, R., Broadwin, E., Della Valle, V., Katz, C., (1957) Ash, R., Broadwin, E., Della Valle, V., Katz, C., Greene, M., Jenny, A., and Yu, L. "Preliminary Manual for MATH-MATIC and ARITH-MATIC Systems (for Algebraic Translation and Compilation for UNIVAC I and II)" Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Remington Rand Univac 1957
  • Greene, Mary Lou. (1957) Greene, Mary Lou. The edited record (to provide a record of the transition from MATH-MATIC pseudo-eode sentences through ARITH-MATIC pseudo-code operations into the final UNIVAC C-10 running program). 1957
  • Bemer (1958) [Bemer, RW] [State of ACM automatic coding library August 1958]
  • Rosen, Saul (1964) Rosen, Saul "Programming Systems and Languages: a historical Survey" (reprinted in Rosen, Saul (ed) Programming Systems & Languages. McGraw Hill, New York, 1967) Extract: Early UNIVAC languages
          in [AFIPS JCC 25] (1964) [AFIPS JCC 25] Proceedings of the 1964 Spring Joint Computer Conference SJCC 1964
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