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Public domain version of Franz Lisp.

This directory contains Franz Lisp Opus 38, as hacked at UC Davis to run under SunOS 3.5 and 4.0.3. The distribution includes the interpreter, compiler, cross reference program, a lisp library, on-line manual, and a troff manual. Also include is PEARL (Package for Efficient Access to Representations in Lisp), an AI programming language implemented on top of Franz Lisp by Joseph Faletti and Michael Deering under the direction of Robert Wilensky at the Berkeley AI Research Project (BAIR).

   With the demise of UCBVAX, the AI Repository has become
   the official archive site for the public domain version
   of Franz Lisp.

Version: Opus 38.92 (UC Davis, 20-DEC-89) Copying: Public Domain. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Bug Reports: Mailing List: Discussion of Franz Lisp occurs in the newsgroup comp.lang.lisp.franz There is also a mailing list,; to join the mailing list, send mail to Contact: Maintainers of Franz Lisp John Van Tassel Keywords: Authors!Tassel, Frames, Franz Lisp, Pearl, Programming Languages!Franz Lisp, Public Domain References: [1] Deering, M., Faletti, J., and Wilensky, R., "PEARL: An Efficient Language for Artificial Intelligence Programming", Proceedings of the Seventh International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Vancouver, British Columbia, August, 1981. [2] Deering, M., Faletti, J., and Wilensky, R., "The PEARL Users Manual", Berkeley Electronic Research Laboratory Memorandum No. UCB/ERL/M82/19, March, 1982. [3] Faletti, J., and Wilensky, R., "The Implementation of PEARL", Unpublished memo, 1982.
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