Structured programming in the 1980s

@inproceedings{Orr1980StructuredPI,
  title={Structured programming in the 1980s},
  author={Kenneth T. Orr},
  booktitle={ACM '80},
  year={1980}
}
The “structured revolution” is over ten years old. As we enter the 1980s, the major trends growing out of the work on structured program design can be seen. In this paper, the author discusses the major elements of development for the next ten years. Among them are: 1. The emergence of the theoretical programmer. 2. Structured Program Design. 3. Data structured design. 4. An algebra of logical structures. 5. Improvements in programming languages, operating systems, and data base management… 
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