EXDAMS: extendable debugging and monitoring system

@inproceedings{Balzer1969EXDAMSED,
  title={EXDAMS: extendable debugging and monitoring system},
  author={Robert Balzer},
  booktitle={AFIPS Spring Joint Computing Conference},
  year={1969}
}
With the advent of the higher-level algebraic languages, the computer industry expected to be relieved of the detailed programming required at the assembly-language level. This expectation has largely been realized. Many systems are now being built in higher-level languages (most notably MULTICS). 
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