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Language peer sets for CHARYBDIS:
United States↑ United States/1967↑ Designed 1967 ↑ 1960s languages ↑ Third generation↑ High Cold War↑ Genus Algebraic ↑ Algebraic↑ Mathematical↑ Expression-oriented ↑ Algebraic/1967↑ Mathematical/1967↑ Expression-oriented/1967↑ Algebraic/United States↑ Mathematical/United States↑ Expression-oriented/United States↑ ## CHARYBDIS(ID:382/cha010)## Graphic extensions to Mathlabalternate simple viewCountry: United States Designed 1967 Published: 1969 Genus: Algebraic for CHARacter-composed sYmBolic DISplay Millen, The Mitre Corporation, 1967 LISP program to display math expressions, pretty much an improved MATHLAB with plotting 2d output/input from the documentation: "Charybdis is a LISP program that accepts, as input, mathematical expressions written in LISP prefix notation, and displays them in familiar two-dimensional form on devices with a small fixed character set. It is a simply organized, modular program whose structure is based on the recursive structure of mathematical expressions. Changes and additions to the repertory of Charybdis can be made easily and independently of one another by LISP programmers familiar win little more than its conceptual basis." Related languages
References: Introduction
in [ACM] (1970) [ACM] ACM Computing Surveys 2(4) Dec1970
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Symbolic systems
in Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony (1976) Encyclopedia of Computer Science, Ralston, Anthony, and Meek, Chester L. (eds) New York, NY Petrocelli/Charter 1976
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