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Language peer sets for ADES:
United States
United States/1955
Designed 1955
1950s languages
Second generation
Early Cold War
Genus Generalised programming
Experimental and other
Generalised programming
US historic algorithmic systems
Historic algorithmic languages
Generalised programming/1955
US historic algorithmic systems/1955
Historic algorithmic languages/1955
Generalised programming/United States
US historic algorithmic systems/United States
Historic algorithmic languages/United States
Experimental and other
Experimental and other/1955
Experimental and other/us

ADES(ID:37/ade002)

Automatic Digital Encoding System  

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Country: United States
Designed 1955
Published: 1955
Genus: Generalised programming
Sammet category: Experimental and other


for Automatic Digital Encoding System

E. K. Blum, US Naval Ordnance Laboratory, 1955

First declarative language, also designed to be machine independent

Uses left Polish notation and Kleene functions.



People:

Hardware:
Related languages
Kleene ADES   Based on
White Oak Curry ADES   Influence
ADES ADES II   Evolution of

References:
  • Blum, E. K. (1955) Blum, E. K. "An Automatic Digital Encoding System"
          in (1955) Proceedings of the 1955 10th ACM national meeting
  • [NAVORD] (1956) "An ADES Encoder for the 650 Calculator" U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, Department of the Navy, December 1956.
          in (1955) Proceedings of the 1955 10th ACM national meeting
  • Blum, E. K. (1956) Blum, E. K. "The ADES System" Aeroballistic Research Report 326, Naval Ordnance Laboratory, 8 Feb. 1956
          in (1955) Proceedings of the 1955 10th ACM national meeting
  • Blum, E. K., (1956) Blum, E. K., "Automatic digital encoding system, II"
          in [Office of Naval Research] Symposium on Advanced P (1956) [Office of Naval Research] Symposium on Advanced Programming Methods for Digital Computers (Washington, DC, June 26-29). Dept. of the Navy, Washington, D.C., 1956.
  • Gorn, Saul (1957) Gorn, Saul "Standardized Programming Methods and Universal Coding" Extract: Introduction
          in [ACM] (1957) [ACM] JACM 4(3) July 1957
  • Bemer (1958) [Bemer, RW] [State of ACM automatic coding library August 1958]
          in [ACM] (1957) [ACM] JACM 4(3) July 1957
  • [Bemer, RW] (1958) [Bemer, RW] [State of ACM automatic coding library] Extract: Raison d'etre
          in [ACM] (1958) [ACM] CACM 1(04) April 1958
  • [Bemer, RW] (1958) [Bemer, RW] [State of ACM automatic coding library]
          in [ACM] (1958) [ACM] CACM 1(08) (Aug 1958)
  • Blum, E. (1958) Blum, E. K., and S. Stern, An ADES Encoder for the IBM 650 Computer, NAVORD Report 4412, U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, December 19, I958
          in [ACM] (1958) [ACM] CACM 1(08) (Aug 1958)
  • [Bemer] (1959) [Bemer, RW] [State of ACM automatic coding library May 1959] Extract: Obiter Dicta
          in [ACM] (1959) [ACM] CACM 2(05) May 1959
  • Blum (1961) Blum, E. K. review in ACM of Goodman (1961) Abstract Extract: Review
          in [ACM] (1959) [ACM] CACM 2(05) May 1959
  • Knuth, Donald Ervin, and Luis Trabb Pardo (1977) Knuth, Donald Ervin, and Luis Trabb Pardo "The early development of programming languages" pp419-96
          in Belzer, J. (1977) Belzer, J. ; A. G. Holzman, A. Kent, (eds) Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. 1979
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