problem-solving language

problem-solving language

[′präb·ləm ¦sälv·iŋ ‚laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language that can be used to specify a complete solution to a problem.
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IBM officials say Allen's chief accomplishments include "contributions to the theory and practice of program optimization, which translates the users' problem-solving language statements into more efficient sequences of computer instructions.

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