History of Programming Languages II
Thomas J. Bergin, Richard G. Gibson
ACM Press, 1996 - Programming languages (Electronic computers) - 864 pages
"Fourteen chapters cover a broad range of languages in wide use today, as well as lesser known languages that made significant contributions to programming language evolution: C, C++, Smalltalk, Pascal, Ada, Prolog, Lisp, ALGOL 68, FORMAC, CLU, Icon, Forth, Monitors and Concurrent Pascal, and Discrete Simulation Languages. Prominent contributors to the book are Frederick Brooks, Alain Colmerauer, Richard Gabriel, Ralph Griswold, Per Brinch Hansen, Alan Kay, C. H. Lindsey, Barbara Liskov, Richard Nance, Elizabeth Rather, Dennis Ritchie, Jean Sammet, Guy Steele, Bjarne Stroustrup, William Whitaker, and Niklaus Wirth. Together, the conference contributors and the book's editors have put together a volume of interest to researchers, teachers, students, and computing professionals everywhere who are involved in the use or the development of programming languages today."--BOOK JACKET.
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ALGOL 68 Session
Monitors and Concurrent Pascal Session
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ALGOL 68 ALGOL Bulletin algorithms application array BCPL Brinch Hansen called Cfront COBOL committee Common Lisp compiler complete Computer Science concept Concurrent Pascal conference data structures data types defined definition discussed document early engineering environment evaluation example execution expression FORMAC formal FORTRAN function GPSS Griswold hardware history of computing Hoare HOLWG Icon idea IEEE implementation integer interactive interface Interlisp Laboratory language design Liskov Lisp machine MacLisp macro major mechanism modules monitor object-oriented objects operating system paper parameter PL/I pointers portable problem procedure produced programming language Prolog Q-systems Report requirements run-time Sammet semantics SIGPLAN SIMSCRIPT SIMULA 67 simulation language SLIDE Smalltalk SNOBOL4 specific standard Stroustrup symbolic syntax technical techniques things University users variables Wijngaarden Wirth write Xerox