PANON-1B: A programming language for symbol manipulation

@inproceedings{Forino1966PANON1BAP,
  title={PANON-1B: A programming language for symbol manipulation},
  author={A. C. di Forino and L. Spanedda and N. Wolkenstein},
  booktitle={SYMSAC '66},
  year={1966}
}
  • A. C. di Forino, L. Spanedda, N. Wolkenstein
  • Published in SYMSAC '66 1966
  • Computer Science
  • PANON-1B is a Universal Programming Language for Symbol Manipulation, base on a particular extension of Markov Normal Algorithms. It consists essentially of a sequence of Labelled Structural Transformation Rules to be applied to an arbitrary argument string, according to appropriate sequencing rules. PANON-1B includes also specifications for input-output operations. The basic principles are discussed. Some details of a particular complete hardware representation are given. 

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