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The Architecture of Symbolic Computers

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Focuses on the design and implementation of two classes of non-von Neumann computer architecture: those designed for functional and logical language computing.
Hardcover, 739 pages
Published November 1st 1990 by McGraw-Hill Companies
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Rainer Joswig
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Gives an overview about computer architectures for symbolic computation (Lisp, Prolog, ...). Unfortunately most chapters are not very deep and described not really the state of the art. The part about Symbolics is also very shallow. TI and Symbolics had much more interesting overviews.
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