Complex information processing: a language for class description and its processor

@inproceedings{Stone1965ComplexIP,
  title={Complex information processing: a language for class description and its processor},
  author={Marshall M. Stone and E. C. Milliken},
  booktitle={ACM '65},
  year={1965}
}
IN THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, several papers1,2 have been written that have developed a description language that can be used to describe classes of objects. A class is a grouping of a number of objects such as all integral numbers, all five card poker hands, or all sentences generated by the rules of a given context free grammar. This description language is useful because all objects in a given class can be described using only one class description; also, many different classes can be described… CONTINUE READING