LEAP (programming language)
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LEAP is an extension to the ALGOL 60 programming language which provides an associative memory of triples. It was created by Jerome Feldman (University of California Berkeley) and Paul Rovner (MIT Lincoln Lab) in 1967. LEAP was also implemented in SAIL.
- Feldman, Jerome A. and Paul D. Rovner (Jan, 1968). "The LEAP language and data structure", MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA. In abbreviated form, Proc. 1968 IFIP Congress, Brandon Systems Press, Princeton, NJ.
- Feldman, Jerome A. and Paul D. Rovner (Aug, 1969). "An ALGOL-based associative language", Communications of the ACM, 12:8, pp 439 - 449.
- Rovner, Paul D (Dec, 1968). "The LEAP users manual", MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA.
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