BALITAC

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A compiler for the IBM 650, developed in 1956 by Batten, O'Keefe and Petrick at MIT and used in early guidance systems research.

[Battin, R.H., 1956 August, "Programming Manual for BALITAC 650 Routine" Report R-126, MIT Instrumentation Laboratory, Cambridge, Mass.].

[Bemer, R.W., 1957, "The Status of Automatic Programming for Scientific Problems", "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Computer Applications Symposium", Armour Research Foundation, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois].

[Bemer, R.W., "State of ACM automatic coding library August 1958", "Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Computer Applications Symposium", Armour Research Foundation, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Illinois].

[Bemer, R.W. "State of ACM automatic coding library May 1959", CACM 2(05) 1959 May].

[Bemer, R.W. "ISO TC97/SC5/WGA(1) Survey of Programming Languages and Processors", CACM 6(03) 1963 March].

[Battin, R.H., 1982, "Space guidance evolution - A personal narrative", Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics, vol. 5, 1982 Mar-Apr, pp 97-110].

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