Eurisko


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Eurisko

(artificial intelligence)
A language for "opportunistic programming" written by Doug Lenat in 1978. Eurisko constructs its own methods and modifies its strategies as it tries to solve a problem.

http://homepages.enterprise.net/hibou/aicourse/lenat.txt.

[Mentioned by Alan Kay, SIGPLAN Notices 28(3), March 1993, p. 88].
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