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Interlisp

Known as: INTERLISP-D, Interlisp-10 
Interlisp (also seen with a variety of capitalizations) is a programming environment built around a version of the Lisp programming language… 
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Review
1989
Review
1989
Early this year fifty people took an experimental course at Xerox PARC on knowledge programming in Loops During the course, they… 
Review
1986
Review
1986
This paper presents an overview of the Cedar programming environment, focusing on its overall structure—that is, the major… 
1985
1985
Abstract : Rum is a theory of applicative, side-effect free computations over an algebraic data structure. It goes beyond a… 
1984
1984
An important part of understanding a specification is recognizing the consequences of what is stated. We describe a program that… 
Highly Cited
1981
Highly Cited
1981
Integration, extensibility, and ease of modification made Interlisp unique and powerful. Its adaptations will enhance the power… 
1978
1978
This paper presents the design of an Interlisp system running on a microprogrammed minicomputer. We discuss the constraints… 
Review
1977
Review
1977
We define the concept of meta-level Knowledge, and illustrate it by briefly reviewing four examples that have been described in… 
1975
1975
This paper presents some programming facilities for modeling the semantics of a task domain and for describing the situations…