ALADIN


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ALADIN

(language)

ALADIN

(tool)
An interactive mathematics system for the IBM 360.

["A Conversational System for Engineering Assistance: ALADIN", Y. Siret, Proc Second Symp Symb Algebraic Math, ACM Mar 1971].
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In the last 30 years, 5 NWP consortia among more than 30 European NHMSs have been established for the development of operational LAM systems: Aire Limitee Adaptation Dynamique Developpement International (ALADIN), the Consortium for Small-Scale Modeling (COSMO), the High Resolution Limited Area Model (HIRLAM) group, the Regional Cooperation for Limited Area Modelling in Central Europe (RC LACE), and very recently the South-East European Consortium for Operational Weather Prediction (SEECOP).
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