AESOP
An Evolutionary System for On-line Programming. frühes interaktives Query System mit Lightpen für IBM 1800-Systeme. ->"AESOP: A Final Report: A Prototype Interactive Information Control System", J.K. Summers et al, in Information System Science and Technology, D. Walker ed, 1967. Sammet 1969, p.703

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