SCALPEL: Prototype for a computer assisted finite language for data screening

@inproceedings{Kay1971SCALPELPF,
  title={SCALPEL: Prototype for a computer assisted finite language for data screening},
  author={Harold T. Kay and Charles Joseph Mundt and Barbara S. Van Yserloo and Alfred A. Rimm},
  booktitle={ACM '71},
  year={1971}
}
  • Harold T. Kay, Charles Joseph Mundt, +1 author Alfred A. Rimm
  • Published in ACM '71 1971
  • Computer Science
  • No one has yet been able to devise a computerized method for using a natural language to analyze large data files. As a result scientists and physicians have been limited to using record forms and questionnaires for their information collection. On large studies where computer assistance is required the researcher may lose the opportunity to communicate directly with his own data. Many times he is forced to communicate with a computer programmer/analyst, who then operates on his data. We feel… CONTINUE READING

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