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Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Interactive Systems for Experimental Applied Mathematics

Fullname:Symposium on Interactive Systems for Experimental Applied Mathematics
Editors:Melvin Klerer; Juris Reiiifelds
Location:Washington, D.C.
Standard No:ISBN: 978-1-4503-2309-3; ACM DL: Table of Contents; hcibib: ISEAM67
  1. Interactive systems from the user's point of view
  2. Components of interactive systems
  3. Other topics of interest to interactive systems
  4. Automation of applied mathematics
  5. Implementation of interactive systems

Interactive systems from the user's point of view

Interactive programming and automated mathematics BIBAFull-Text 3-10
  Melvin Klerer
On the user's point of view BIBAFull-Text 11-21
  Burton D. Fried
The APL\360 terminal system BIBAFull-Text 22-37
  A. D. Falkoff; K. E. Iverson
The Maniac II system BIBAFull-Text 38-43
  Roger Lazarus; Mark Wells; John, Jr. Wooten
AMTRAN: automatic mathematical translation BIBAFull-Text 44-66
  Robert N. Seitz; Lawrence H. Wood; Charles A. Ely
Structure of a language for a numerical analysis problem solving system BIBAFull-Text 67-78
  Lawrence R. Symes; Roger V. Roman
REDUCE: a user-oriented interactive system for algebraic simplification BIBAFull-Text 79-90
  Anthony C. Hearn
Two analyst-oriented computer languages: EASL, POSE BIBAFull-Text 91-96
  Stewart I. Schlesinger; Lawrence Sashkin; Kenneth C. Reed
VENUS: a small interactive nonprocedural language BIBAFull-Text 97-100
  Howard F. Matthews
AL: an artificial language BIBAFull-Text 101-105
  Gerald W. Bradley
Active language I BIBAFull-Text 106-137
  Rene De Vogelaere
The engineering assistant: design of a symbol manipulation system BIBAFull-Text 138-154
  Edgar H. Sibley
CHARYBDIS: a LISP program to display mathematical expressions on typewriter-like devices BIBAFull-Text 155-163
  Jonathan K. Millen

Components of interactive systems

Coherent programming in the Lincoln Reckoner BIBAFull-Text 167-177
  Raymond A. Wiesen; Douwe B. Yntema; James W. Forgie; Arthur N. Stowe
Algebraic manipulation on computers for scientists and engineers BIBAFull-Text 178
  Krzysztof S. Frankowski; C. Duane Zimmerman
An interactive console operating as background in a large computer system BIBAFull-Text 179-182
  S. Schlesinger; L. Sashkin; C. Aumann
Design philosophy for an interactive keyboard terminal BIBAFull-Text 183-191
  Melvin Klerer; Fred Grossman; Charles H. Amann
A facility for user definition of simple problem oriented languages BIBAFull-Text 192-195
  D. M. Manelski; H. C. Lefkovits; H. J. Hebert
Mathematical symbol processing BIBAFull-Text 196-202
  C. Abraham; T. Pearcey
LC²: a language for conversational computing BIBAFull-Text 203-214
  J. G. Mitchell; A. J. Perlis; H. R. Van Zoeren
AMTRAN: implications of an interactive mathematical computer system for an educational institution BIBAFull-Text 215-219
  A. V., Jr. Jett
What is different about AMTRAN? BIBAFull-Text 220-221
  Richard J. Plocica
An object code for interactive applied mathematical programming BIBAFull-Text 222-224
  Kenneth Lock
The Slave Interactive System: a one-user interactive executive grafted on a remote-batch computing system BIBAFull-Text 225-240
  Kenneth J. Busch; Gottfried W. R. Luderer
The development of systems for on-line mathematics at Harvard BIBAFull-Text 241-256
  Adrian Ruyle

Other topics of interest to interactive systems

An analysis of computer operations under running time priority disciplines BIBAFull-Text 257-270
  E. G., Jr. Coffman
A message system for interactive dialog BIBAFull-Text 271-283
  G. C. Patton
A macroscopic model of an interactive computing system BIBAFull-Text 284-285
  James N. Haag
A content-evaluating mode of computer-aided instruction BIBAFull-Text 286-293
  G. K. Manacher
OLDAS: an on-line continuous system simulation language BIBAFull-Text 294-297
  Richard P. Cullen

Automation of applied mathematics

On the construction of polyalgorithms for automatic numerical analysis BIBAFull-Text 301-313
  John R. Rice
A proposed numerical accuracy control system BIBAFull-Text 314-334
  Herbert S. Bright
A learning program for the integration of systems of ordinary differential equations BIBAFull-Text 335-340
  L. J. Gallaher; I. E. Perlin
On experiences with PIL, an interpretive language, in an undergraduate numerical methods course BIBAFull-Text 341-342
  Joseph B. Muskat; Francis E. Sullivan; Paul R. Borman
Curve fitting and editing via interactive graphics BIBAFull-Text 343-345
  Arthur S. Priver; Barry W. Boehm
FORTRAN codes to fit curves interactively BIBAFull-Text 346-348
  Lyle B. Smith
Analyst Assistance Program (AAP) BIBAFull-Text 349-354
  Anne B. Ammerman

Implementation of interactive systems

Mathematical laboratories: a new power for the physical sciences BIBAFull-Text 355-384
  Glen J. Culler
Implementation of a Reckoner facility on the Lincoln Laboratory IBM 360/67 BIBAFull-Text 385-389
  Peter B. Hill; Arthur N. Stowe
The implementation of APL\360 BIBAFull-Text 390-399
  L. M. Breed; R. H. Lathwell
Implementation considerations in a numerical analysis problem solving system BIBAFull-Text 400-410
  Roger V. Roman; Lawrence R. Symes
An implementation of automatic array arithmetic by a generalized push-down stack BIBAFull-Text 411-422
  Juris Reinfelds
An example of the manipulation of directed graphs in the AMBIT/G programming language BIBAFull-Text 423-435
  Carlos Christensen
Syntax-directed recognition of hand-printed two-dimensional mathematics BIBAFull-Text 436-459
  Robert H. Anderson
A model for interactive systems design BIBAFull-Text 460-461
  Helen M. Willett
Summary BIBAFull-Text 462-466
  Burton D. Fried