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Paul McJones

Location: Mountain View, California — Main Language: en
Software historian; member of the Software Preservation Group; curator of the FORTRAN, LISP, ALGOL, C++, and Functional Programming projects

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Prolog and Logic Programming Historical Sources Archive 2020-02-14
Algol 60 implementations and dialects 2010-03-22
MacLisp family 2010-11-24
Common Lisp family 2010-11-24
Evolving algorithmic language 2010-03-22
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William F. Clocksin. Design and Simulation of a Sequential Prolog Machine. Technical report, 1984. 2020-02-14
Veronica Dahl. Translating Spanish into Logic through Logic. Computational Linguististics. 1981. 2020-02-07
Ian Foster and Steve Gregory. Parallel Logic Programming Languages. Imperial College London. Undated slides; probably presented as tutorial ... 2019-12-08
Bulldog Utilities 2019-12-08
Bulldog List Scheduler 2019-12-08
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John R. Ellis. Bulldog: A Compiler for VLIW Architectures. Source code listing. 1982-198? 2019-12-08
Logic Programming Newsletter, Issues #1 through #5 (1981-1984) 2019-11-21
6th International Conference on Logic Programming. Lisbon, Portugal, 19-23 June 1989. 2019-12-05
2nd International Workshop on Logic Programming and Non-Monotonic Reasoning, Lisbon, Portugal, June 28-30, 1993 2019-12-05
State University of New York at Stony Brook 2019-11-29
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Cover of Lisp 1.5 Primer 2010-11-28
Cover of Handbook of LISP Functions, RIAS, 1961 2010-11-27
Cover of The Programming Language LISP 2010-11-27
Cover of Stanford Lisp 1.6 SAILON-28.3 2010-11-27
Cover of Lisp 1.5 Programmer's Manual 2010-11-27
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Prolog 2005-04-12
PAL (Pedagogic Algorithmic Language) 2012-02-09
LISP 2005-04-12
FORTRAN and FORTRAN II for the IBM 704 and 709 2005-04-12
ALGOL 58, 60, and 68 2005-04-12
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