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Language peer sets for FPL:
United States
United States/1972
Designed 1972
1970s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Response languages
Specialised Languages
Response languages
Interlocutary
Erotetic systems
Response languages/1972
Interlocutary/1972
Erotetic systems/1972
Response languages/United States
Interlocutary/United States
Erotetic systems/United States
Specialised Languages
Specialised Languages/1972
Specialised Languages/us

FPL(ID:7947/)

Medical application language 

alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1972
Genus: Response languages
Sammet category: Specialised Languages


for Frame Programming Language

Blois et al - Frame system for representing (primarily medical, but more generally, all specific) knowledge

M.S. Blois, R.R. Henley, and P. LeBeux, Office of Medical Information Systems, University of California, San Francisco, January 1972

"Development of real-time interactive systems to be used in the medical environment"


References:
  • LeBeux, P. and Henley, R.R. (1972) LeBeux, P. and Henley, R.R. "Implementation of a frame system and language" UCSF 1972
  • Blois, M. S.; Henley, R. R.; LeBeux, P. (1973) Blois, M. S.; Henley, R. R.; LeBeux, P. "Abstracts in programming language-related research: Frame programming language" Extract: Frame Programming Language DOI
          in [SIGPLAN] (1973) SIGPLAN Notices 8(06) June 1973 SPECIAL ISSUE: Abstracts in programming language-related research
  • LeBeux, P. (1973) LeBeux, P. "FLP user's manual" UCSF Medical Informatics December 1973
          in [SIGPLAN] (1973) SIGPLAN Notices 8(06) June 1973 SPECIAL ISSUE: Abstracts in programming language-related research
  • LeBeux, P. (1973) LeBeux, P. "The frame system user's manual" UCSF Medical Informatics September 1973
          in [SIGPLAN] (1973) SIGPLAN Notices 8(06) June 1973 SPECIAL ISSUE: Abstracts in programming language-related research
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