NELIAC

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NELIAC

[′nel·ē‚ak]
(computer science)
An early dialect of ALGOL, which was developed for a specific data-processing application but, unlike ALGOL, is not primarily concerned with being used for complex scientific and engineering calculations. Derived from Navy Electronics Laboratory International Algol Compilers.
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NELIAC

Navy Electronics Laboratory International ALGOL Compiler.

An Algol variant designed for numeric and logical computations and based on IAL. 1958-1959.

Version: BC NELIAC.

["Neliac - A Dialect of Algol", H.D. Huskey et al, CACM 3(8):463-468 (Aug 1960)].
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