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A RISCy approach to VLSI
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A general trend in computers today is to increase the complexity of architectures along with the increasing potential of implementation technologies. Expand
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Characterization of VAX Macsyma
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The algebraic manipulation system Macsyma [Grou77, Fate80] has been running for over a year on Digital Equipment Corp. Expand
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LISP: introduction
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In "CLOS: Integrating Object-Oriented and Functional Programming," Gabriel, White and Bobrow describe the components of CLOS and show how CLOS related to the object-oriented languages Smalltalk and C+ +. Expand
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The design of a language for algebraic computation systems
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This thesis describes the design of a language to support a mathematics-oriented symbolic algebra system that is type-safe, yet permits runtime creation of types. Expand
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VLSI Implementations of a Reduced Instruction Set Computer
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A general trend in computers today is to increase the complexity of architectures commensurate with the increasing potential of implementation technologies. Expand
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Programming environments
I'd like to remind everyone to send me articles or letters with your thoughts on the important issues and developments in programming language environments. My address is printed at the beginning ofExpand
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Programming environments
The editor is an important part of a LISP programming environment. In this paper we describe how we have integrated the GNU EMACS editor with ALLEGRO CL (previously known as Extended COMMON LISP).Expand
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Programming environments
We continue our survey of Common Lisps with a report on the Lucid Common Lisp Development Environment. Our previous surveys were for Lisps on dedicated Lisp Machines and for Franz Inc.'s ExtendedExpand
Programming environments
We know that computers are powerful problem solvers and it is only natural to focus some of that power to the problem of writing programs. A programming environment is the set of programs which makeExpand
Lisp environments
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In this issue we survey the Lisp programming environment provided on the family of Lisp machines built by Xerox. Expand