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ALEPH

(language)

ALEPH

(tool)
A system for formal semantics written by Peter Henderson ca. 1970.

[CACM 15(11):967-973 (Nov 1972)].

Aleph

(text, language)
["Aleph: A language for typesetting", Luigi Semenzato <luigi@cs.berkeley.edu> and Edward Wang <edward@cs.berkeley.edu> in Proceedings of Electronic Publishing, 1992 Ed. Vanoirbeek & Coray Cambridge University Press 1992].
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