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.

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)].