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Language peer sets for TERMAC:
United States
United States/1968
Designed 1968
1960s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Matrix
Experimental and other
Rank 2 unlabelled
Rank 2
Rank 2 unlabelled/1968
Rank 2/1968
Matrix/United States
Rank 2 unlabelled/United States
Rank 2/United States
Experimental and other
Experimental and other/1968
Experimental and other/us


Matrix language 

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Country: United States
Designed 1968
Published: 1968
Genus: Matrix
Sammet category: Experimental and other

Interactive matrix language. Miller MIT 1968

An on-line language for numerical computations which allows vectors and matrices as variables (although limited to 3 and 9 elements, respectively).

IBM System/360.

  • Miller, J.S. et al, (1968) Miller, J.S. et al, "Users Guide to TERMAC", MIT Dec 1968.
  • Miller, J. (1969) Miller, J. S., and Travis, R. L. Jr., Users Guide to TERMAC, MIT Instrumentation Lab., Cambridge Mass. 02139 March 1969
  • Sammet, Jean E. (1973) Sammet, Jean E. "Roster of Programming Languages for 1973" p147
          in (1974) ACM Computing Reviews 15(04) April 1974
  • 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 617 Abstract
          in (1974) ACM Computing Reviews 15(04) April 1974
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