Standard LISP report

@inproceedings{Marti1979StandardLR,
  title={Standard LISP report},
  author={J. Marti and Anthony C. Hearn and Martin L. Griss and C. Griss},
  booktitle={SIGP},
  year={1979}
}
Although the programming language LISP was first formulated in 1960 [6], a widely accepted standard has never appeared. As a result, various dialects of LISP have been produced [4-12], in some cases several on the same machine! Consequently, a user often faces considerable difficulty in moving programs from one system to another. In addition, it is difficult to write and use programs which depend on the structure of the source code such as translators, editors and cross-reference programs. 

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