UNIPARSE: a universal parser
Gililland, Robert Patrick
Gold, Bennett A.
Kildall, Gary A.
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UNIPARSE: a Universal Parser, is a FORTRAN program implemented on an IBM 360-67. It is capable of parsing any finite, recursively enumerable language. The system simulates a Universal Turing Machine and utilizes bounded Breadth-First search and development techniques to evaluate Type O languages.
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