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Page 76 of Computational Linguistics Vol. 16, Issue 2 [page]

1990 Computational Linguistics  
An Example of the Wide-Range Restructuring Rule and Its Application. Computational Linguistics Volume 16, Number 2, June 1990  ...  MATCHING-CONDITION specifies a LISP function and its arguments. LISP functions check parts of speech, terminal symbols, or other information of a struc- ture.  ... 

Review of "Artificial Intelligence: An MIT Perspective, Volume 2: Understanding Vision, Manipulation, Computer Design, Symbol Manipulation by Patrick Henry Winston and Richard Henry Brown"; The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Second printing, 1980, ISBN 0-262-23097-6

Varol Akman
1983 ACM SIGART Bulletin  
Section III: Computer Design and Symbol Manipulation reviews two central subjects of AI, namely, computers and programs.  ...  Although the title of Volume 2 suggests four sections, the book itself is divided into three major parts: Understanding Vision, Manipulation and Productivity Technology, and Computer Design and Symbol  ... 
doi:10.1145/1056635.1056640 fatcat:c3tvqasgdvfnxkfinwnqr2mjfy

The AAAI-86 Conference Exhibits: New Directions for Commercial Artificial Intelligence

Jeffrey Stone
1987 The AI Magazine  
Run-time version and volume discounts are offered.  ...  Common Lisp, Spice Lisp, Symbolics Lisp, Texas Instruments Explorer Lisp, and Xerox Interlisp.  ... 
dblp:journals/aim/Stone87 fatcat:nqu7uodjbbccpbpo3ytiycaury

Proving the correctness of heuristically optimized code

Hanan Samet
1978 Communications of the ACM  
The examples demonstrate that optimization of the genre of this paper can result in substantially faster operation and the saving of memory in terms of program and stack sizes.  ...  Some interesting results are the ability to handle programs that implement recursion by bypassing the start of the program, and the detection and pinpointing of a wide class of errors in the low level  ...  Special thanks go to Professor Vint Cerf for his constant advice and encouragement during a period in which some of this research was pursued.  ... 
doi:10.1145/359545.359569 fatcat:x3orukhpo5frfdyvkz5g53jhpi

Evolution of artificial intelligence languages, a systematic literature review [article]

Emmanuel Adetiba, Temitope John, Adekunle Akinrinmade, Funmilayo Moninuola, Oladipupo Akintade, Joke Badejo
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Of the 69 retained studies, 15 documents discussed LISP programming language, another 34 discussed PROLOG programming language, the remaining 20 documents were spread between Logic and Object Oriented  ...  We followed the systematic literature review method by searching relevant databases like SCOPUS, IEEE Xplore and Google Scholar.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to acknowledge the Covenant University Center for Research, Innovation and Discovery (CUCRID) for providing fund towards the publication of this study.  ... 
arXiv:2101.11501v1 fatcat:b3xvk5aeevgjlli6r2yo2d6hey

Evolution of Artificial Intelligence Programming Languages - a Systematic Literature Review

Emmanuel Adetiba, Temitope M. Adeyemi-Kayode, Adekunle A. Akinrinmade, Funmilayo S. Moninuola, Oladipupo O. Akintade, Joke A. Badejo, Obiseye O. Obiyemi, Surendra Thakur, Abdultaofeek Abayomi
2021 Journal of Computer Science  
Our research revealed that the prevalence of AI programming language by volume of publications had experienced peaks and valleys between 1963 and 2018; however, between 2015 to 2020, related publications  ...  During the review period, the PROLOG programming language received the most attention in about 49% of publications; this was followed by LISP, which received almost 22%.  ...  Acknowledgement This study was carried out at the Advanced Signal Processing and Machine Intelligence Research (ASPMIR) group laboratory, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2021.1157.1171 fatcat:mdhkoxquwbampald7fubipyz6e

Techniques for Creating Intelligent Programs

Arthur M. Farley
1981 Contemporary Psychology  
functions implementing an editor for symbolic expressions in LISP, and descriptions of convenient generaliza- tions for writing data-driven programs and for processing sets and queues.  ...  The basic data type is the symbolic expression, comprised of lists of symbolic entities (i.e., atoms). Program and data alike are rep- resented as symbolic expressions.  ... 
doi:10.1037/019637 fatcat:3uc2mhozaffmtfzaoqvlab3veq

Artificial Intelligence: Basics and Terminology

Durgesh Raghuvanshi
2018 International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development  
Humans have developed t computer systems in terms of their diverse working domains, their increasing speed and reducing size with respect to time.  ...  Since the invention of computers or machines, their capability to perform various tasks went on growing exponentially.  ...  and Development (IJTSRD) ISSN: 2456 | Volume -2 | Issue -6 | Sep-Oct 2018 science and technology based on disciplines such as Computer science, biology, psychology, linguistics, mathematics  ... 
doi:10.31142/ijtsrd18909 fatcat:idfuwp65mzaetfhbh3g57ryc6m

The evolution of Lisp

Guy L. Steele, Richard P. Gabriel
1993 SIGPLAN notices  
Lisp is the world's greatest programming language-or so its proponents think.  ...  The PDP-6 [DEC, 1964] and PDP-10 [DEC, 1969] computers were, by design, especially suited for Lisp, with 36-bit words and 18-bit addresses.  ...  From Lisp 1.5 to PDP-6 Lisp: 1960-1965 During this period, Lisp spread rapidly to a variety of computers, either by bootstrapping from an existing Lisp on another computer or by a new implementation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/155360.155373 fatcat:aofyspfp45dgvlmjxqhzwvw34e

GLISP: A Lisp-Based Programming System with Data Abstraction

Gordon S. Novak
1983 The AI Magazine  
BRICKS are defined to be PARALLELEPIPEDS and inherit the VOLUME computation from that, class.  ...  of the superclass are Figure 6 .  ... 
dblp:journals/aim/Novak83 fatcat:f4rpnsdqejaznptmdwiebpo2pm

The Mysteries of Lisp -- I: The Way to S-expression Lisp [article]

Hong-Yi Dai
2015 arXiv   pre-print
how the language has evolved into its nowadays look and feel.  ...  Despite its old age, Lisp remains mysterious to many of its admirers. The mysteries on one hand fascinate the language, on the other hand also obscure it.  ...  Lisp began to feature two systems of notation at the source level: S-expressions (short for Symbolic expressions) and F-expressions 6 (for Functional expressions), which respectively correspond to the  ... 
arXiv:1505.07375v1 fatcat:wtp5bmxchng4xefxmqziobze6i

Object-oriented programming for linear algebra

J. A. McDonald
1989 SIGPLAN notices  
parts of Cactus, a system for numerical linear algebra and constrained optimization, implemented in Common Lisp and CLOS.  ...  Many numerical analysts and Lisp/Smalltalk programmers share the assumption that languages like Fortran are more appropriate for tra.ditional, quantitative scientific programming than objectoriented languages  ...  Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 174. Richard D. Jenks and Barry M. Tra.ger. A language for computational algebra. In Paul S.  ... 
doi:10.1145/74878.74896 fatcat:vs277svxdrbt7kufnbaw7wwnnq

BAYES-LIN: An object-oriented environment for Bayes linear local computation [article]

Darren J Wilkinson
1997 arXiv   pre-print
BAYES-LIN is an extension of the LISP-STAT object-oriented statistical computing environment, which adds to LISP-STAT some object prototypes appropriate for carrying out local computation via message-passing  ...  This document provides a very brief introduction to the system, by means of a work-through of two example computations, followed by a list of variables, functions, objects and methods provided by the system  ...  An introduction to (non-local) computational issues can be found in [6] . The foundations of the theory are discussed in [5] , [3] , and [2] .  ... 
arXiv:physics/9710015v1 fatcat:mne7ha3uxnbbhegyqsk3tlia7q

Verifying Monadic Second Order Graph Properties with Tree Automata

Bruno Courcelle, Irène Durand
2010 European Lisp Symposium  
of Lisp to generate interest, enthusiasm and growth gives grounds for being optimistic about the reports looking ba at the first hundred years of Lisp history.  ...  Welcome to the third European Lisp Symposium.  ...  In Lisp, macros and higher-order functions are the most frequently used means for building DSELs [6] .  ... 
dblp:conf/els/CourcelleD10 fatcat:gsptru7iergwncgeq7rdaa5nji

ROB volume 4 issue 1 Cover and Back matter

1986 Robotica (Cambridge. Print)  
Production scheduling and operational control of flexible manufacturing systems, 233-243  ...  LISP dialects in use today Computer Systems Series.  ...  INDEX OF BOOKS REVIEWED IN VOLUME 3 The name of the reviewer of the book is given in parentheses Robotics and ComputeMi nanufacturlng An International Journal Robotics & Computer-Integrated Manufacturing  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0263574700002411 fatcat:vshyapjxlzatbpb56gumuiybu4
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