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A Rapidly Extensible Language System (The Rel Language Processor)

@inproceedings{Lockemann1969ARE,
  title={A Rapidly Extensible Language System (The Rel Language Processor)},
  author={Peter C. Lockemann and Fredrick B. Thompson},
  booktitle={COLING},
  year={1969}
}
  • Peter C. Lockemann, Fredrick B. Thompson
  • Published in COLING 1969
  • Computer Science
  • languages to coexist within a single computer system. Here the term "language" is understood to include a particular data base. New languages may be defined by constructing a new base language with its syntax and semantics, by extending the terminology from a given base level in order to reflect specific concepts, or by associating a given base language with a certain data base. REL consists of an operating environment, a language processor, and the set of currently defined languages. The… CONTINUE READING

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