PSL: A Portable LISP System

@inproceedings{Griss1982PSLAP,
  title={PSL: A Portable LISP System},
  author={Martin L. Griss and Eric Benson and Gerald Q. Maguire},
  booktitle={LFP '82},
  year={1982}
}
This paper presents the implementation strategy and current status of a new Portable LISP System, PSL, based upon STANDARD LISP. PSL is written entirely in itself and is compiled with an efficient LISP compiler with machine-oriented optimizations. A full PSL is currently running on a DECSystem-20 and a VAX, and a preliminary version runs on a Motorola MC68000. Versions for a CRAY-1 and an IBM-370 are planned. 

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