The computer operation language

@inproceedings{Ryckman1899TheCO,
  title={The computer operation language},
  author={George F. Ryckman},
  booktitle={IRE-AIEE-ACM '60 (Western)},
  year={1899}
}
  • George F. Ryckman
  • Published in IRE-AIEE-ACM '60 (Western) 30 December 1899
  • Computer Science
The many machine oriented and problem oriented languages existing and being planned today give rise to more complex problems in operating a computer. The development of computer operating systems have materially aided the problem of getting a program or series of programs on and off the computer efficiently. The variety of language processors have created a new operating system function - that of interpreting a language describing the processing to be performed for a given job. In particular… 
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