SOVIET CYBERNETICS TECHNOLOGY: VIII. REPORT ON THE ALGORITHMIC LANGUAGE ALGEC (FINAL VERSION).
RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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A translation of the final version of the new Soviet Algorithmic Language for Economics Problems ALGEC, a general-purpose computer programming language that can use both Latin and Cyrillic alphabets and either Russian or English reserved words. Based on ALGOL 60 and SUBSET ALGOL 60, ALGEC has been modified to permit the handling of tables, records indexes, etc., and documents of complex format and variable length and to provide a means of selecting and processing individual items from such documents and from nonnumerical textual matter. Ideas and input-output procedures were taken from COBOL-61. The Memorandum includes a translation of M. Korolevs article on the development of ALGEC a brief biographical note on the Russian authors and editor a Russian-English glossary of ALGEC terminology and an English-Russian glossary included in an index to definitions of terms and syntactic units. A bibliography of RAND publications on Soviet cybernetics and computer technology is appended.
- Economics and Cost Analysis
- Computer Programming and Software