LISP 1

The original Lisp. Invented by John McCarthy et al at MIT in the late 50's. Followed by LISP 1.5.

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LISP 1.5

The second version of Lisp, successor to LISP 1. Developed at MIT in 1959. Followed by LISP 1.75, LISP 1.9, Lisp 2 and many other versions.

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LISP 2

LISP 1.5 with an ALGOL 60-like surface syntax. Also optional type declarations, new data types including integer-indexed arrays and character strings, partial-word extraction/insertion operators and macros. A pattern-matching facility similar to COMIT was proposed. Implemented for the Q-32 computer.

["The LISP 2 Programming Language and System", P.W. Abrahams et al, Proc FJCC 29:661-676, AFIPS (Fall 1966).]

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LISP70

A Lisp dialect descended from MLISP and MLISP2. Also known as PLISP and VEL. Useful for parsing. Only the pattern-matching system was published and fully implemented. According to Alan Kay, LISP70 had an influence on Smalltalk-72. "The LISP70 Pattern Matching System, Larry Tesler et al, IJCAI 73.

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LISP A

"LISP A: A LISP-like System for Incremental Computing", E.J. Sandewall, Proc SJCC 32 (1968).

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LISP Extended Algebraic Facility

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(LEAF)

["An Algebraic Extension to LISP", P.H. Knowlton, Proc FJCC 35 1969].

Last updated: 1996-06-07

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Lispkit

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A functional programming language designed by Peter Henderson with Lisp syntax. Designed for portability. The Lispkit implementation is an extension to Landin's SECD machine that supports lazy evaluation. See also Stack environment control dump machine.

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Lispkit Lisp

Purely functional version of LISP. "Functional Programming, Application and Implementation", P. Henderson, P-H 1980.

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Lisp-Linda

P. Dourish, U Edinburgh 1988.

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Lisp Machine

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1. Any machine (whether notional or actual) whose instruction set is Lisp.

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2. A line of workstations made by Symbolics, Inc. from the mid-1970s (having grown out of the MIT AI Lab) to late 1980s. All system code for Symbolics Lisp Machines was written in Lisp Machine Lisp. Symbolics Lisp Machines were also notable for having had space-cadet keyboards.

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Lisp Machine Museum.

Last updated: 2003-07-03

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LISP Machine LISP

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An extension of Maclisp, now called Zetalisp.

Last updated: 1998-12-13

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Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System

(LOOPS) An object-oriented extension of Lisp from the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at Xerox Palo Alto Research Center. It is used in the development of knowledge-based systems.

See also CommonLoops.

["The LOOPS Manual", D.G. Bobrow & M. Stefik, Xerox Corp 1983].

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LISP, Objects, and Symbolic Programming

A book with compiler included by Robert R. Kessler and Amy R. Petajan, published by Scott, Foresman and Company, Glenview, IL, USA. (1988).

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Lisptalk

"Concurrent Programming Language Lisptalk", C. Li, SIGPLAN Notices 23(4):71-80 (Apr 1988).

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LispView

CLOS based windowing system on OpenWindows.

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