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So the desired program is F(X) = G(X,nil), where G(X,Z) = (cond (atom(X) + Z (T + G (cdr (X) ,cons(car (X) ;Z) ) ) ) This short discussion thus gives two of the central contributions of Summers' work: (1) the idea of differencing separate traces in order to obtain a recursive schema for doing a computation and (2) the method for creating additional internal variables. One might suspect that instead of requiring the user to input a number of input-output pairs that can be differenced as shown above, it might be possible to create many programs of interest from just one example.
A. U. A. U. A. A “steeple” is a stack that contains two green cubes and a pyramid. I UNDERSTAND. Are there any steeples now? NO. Buildone. OK. 46 ALAN W. 4 Discussion Clearly such brief coverage of any system that claims to process a portion of the English language cannot begin to explain the immense complexities involved. However, it is hoped that the reader can at least partially understand the nature of the mechanisms that make it work. The reader is encouraged to return to the original source for considerably more detail.
Actually these assertions are usually inserted manually by the user either as a part of the frame rules or in some other kind of interaction. The Buchanan-Luckham system that has been impl9mented does include interactive capabilities, which help the user guide the system to a solution. This system has been used to solve a number of nontrivial problems such aa 40 ALAN W. BIERMANN the generation of a program to convert arithmetic expressions from infix to Polish notation. A specialization of this system has been used by Gerritsen (1973) to generate programs for information retrieval.
Advances in Computers, Vol. 15 by Morris Rubinoff, Marshall C. Yovits