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Language peer sets for Cramer and Strauss hybrid oriented language:
United States
United States/1966
Designed 1966
1960s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus External systems control
External systems control
External systems control/1966
External systems control/United States
Externalities/United States
Phenomenological/United States

Cramer and Strauss hybrid oriented language(ID:3958/cra001)

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Country: United States
Designed 1966
Genus: External systems control

Cramer and Strauss, 1965, Electronic Associates

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"Interactive language system created specifically for scientists and engineers engaged in preparation, setup, control, and monitoring of hybrid computations. Through a special console or a generalized input/output device, the user is afforded immediate access to both a computational process (software), and computation equipment (hardware). The language combines a complete algebraic interpreter with an expandable command and control repertoire. Through the latter, the language system may be made to perform a variety of special tasks, peculiar to the user,
the equipment, or the installation."

  • (1965) System Reference Handbook EAI 8800 Scientific Computing System
  • (1966) Continuous system simulation language SCI Simulation Software Committee Report J C Strauss editor Presented at Second Annual Simulation Software Meeting Minneapolis, Minnesota June 1966
  • Cramer, Martin L. and Strauss, Jon C. (1966) Cramer, Martin L. and Strauss, Jon C. "A hybrid oriented interactive language" Abstract
          in [ACM] (1966) [ACM] Proceedings of the 21st ACM National Conference 1966
  • Cramer, Martin L. and Strauss, Jon C. (1966) Cramer, Martin L. and Strauss, Jon C. "A hybrid-oriented interactive language" Abstract
          in [ACM] (1966) [ACM] CACM 9(07) July 1966
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