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POP-11 comes of age: the advancement of an AI programming language

Anderson, J. A. D. W., ed. (1989) POP-11 comes of age: the advancement of an AI programming language. Ellis-Horwood, Chichester, pp592. ISBN 9780136505990

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Abstract/Summary

In 1989, the computer programming language POP-11 is 21 years old. This book looks at the reasons behind its invention, and traces its rise from an experimental language to a major AI language, playing a major part in many innovating projects. There is a chapter on the inventor of the language, Robin Popplestone, and a discussion of the applications of POP-11 in a variety of areas. The efficiency of AI programming is covered, along with a comparison between POP-11 and other programming languages. The book concludes by reviewing the standardization of POP-11 into POP91.

Item Type:Book
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:18988
Uncontrolled Keywords:POP-11, POP92, Popplestone, AI language, standardization
Publisher:Ellis-Horwood

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