AMBUSH: a case history in language design

@inproceedings{Warshall1971AMBUSHAC,
  title={AMBUSH: a case history in language design},
  author={S. Warshall},
  booktitle={AFIPS '72 (Spring)},
  year={1971}
}
  • S. Warshall
  • Published in AFIPS '72 (Spring) 1971
  • Computer Science
  • AMBUSH is a language in which the user can describe a materials-processing/transportation network in an allegedly readable form. The AMBUSH Compiler transforms this description into a set of linear equations and inequalities and edits this set into an input file for a linear programming package. 
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