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authors Holtz, Neal M. and Rasdorf, William J.
year 1982
title The Use of LISP for Computer-Aided Design Systems
source 18, [19] p. Pittsburgh: Design Research Center, Carnegie-Mellon University, April, 1982. includes bibliography
summary It is suggested that the LISP programming language has many advantages and few disadvantages for use in developing complex engineering application programs. The paper attempts to explore that possibility by briefly explaining a few of the concepts of the language, by discussing some of the criticisms of it, and by mentioning some new developments. In summary it is suggested that LISP may currently be the best programming language to use for the development of computer- aided design (CAD) systems
keywords LISP, CAD, systems, programming, languages, CAE, engineering
series CADline
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