J. B. Harvill

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A programming language concept which uses natural language operand qualifiers is proposed as an addition to current high level programming languages. This language concept allows the programmer to access both past and future values of operands and operators by using natural language tense qualifiers. Current computer languages require explicit array(More)
  • J. B. Harvill
  • Computer Architecture for Non-Numeric Processing
  • 1978
Multiple, high-level operators are assigned to a general operand. The operators are implemented with individual micro-processors and are “attached” dynamically to the memory location representing the “current” value of the operand. The operators then asynchronously use each new operand value as it is stored and perform their(More)
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