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Kenneth Iverson - A Programming Language by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
Ken Iverson's 1962 book describing APL.
Kenneth E. Iverson. Automatic Data Processing, Chapter 6 : A Programming Language. B&W scan. by Paul McJones — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
Kenneth E. Iverson. Automatic Data Processing, Chapter 6 : A Programming Language. 1960. Draft of book of same name by Fred Brooks and Iverson? Ditto machine copy, two colors. B&W scan.
Kenneth E. Iverson. Automatic Data Processing, Chapter 6 : A Programming Language. Color scan. by Paul McJones — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
Kenneth E. Iverson. Automatic Data Processing, Chapter 6 : A Programming Language. 1960. Draft of book of same name by Fred Brooks and Iverson? Ditto machine copy, two colors. B&W scan.
APL\360 User's Manual (1968) by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
Original IBM APL\360 User Manual by Adin Falkoff and Ken Iverson written at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
APL\360 User's Manual (1970) by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This publication provides information necessary to use the APL\360 System. It discusses procedures and equipment required for interacting with the system, how to establish connection between terminal and central computer, how to start and end work sessions, and how to apply system control features. Application of the APL language to user problems is thoroughly discussed and appendices give both elementary and advanced examples of actual terminal sessions.
APL\ 360 Primer Student Text by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This primer is intended to provide an introduction to the APL\360 System and to the APL programming language. It will show you the mechanics of using the system, and how to write effective programs to cover a wide range of applications.
APL 1130 Primer Student Text by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This primer is intended to provide an introduction to the APL\1130 System and to the APL programming language. It will show you the mechanics of using the system, and how to write effective programs to cover a wide range of applications.
IBM 5100 APL Reference Manual by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This publication is a reference manual that provides specific information about the use of the IBM 5100 Portable Computer, the APL language, and installation planning and procedures. It also provides information about forms insertion and ribbon replacement for the 5103 printer. This publication is intended for users of the 5100 and the APL language.
APL-CYBER REFERENCE MANUAL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This is the reference manual for APL*CYBER, version 1. O. APL*CYBER runs on all models of CONTROL DATA® CYBER 70 Series and 6000 Series computers, and is currently implemented for use with the KRONOS operating system.
APL*STAR REFERENCE MANUAL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This is the reference manual for APL*STAR, Version 1. 1. APL*STAR runs on all models of CONTROL DATA®STAR Series computers.
APL VERSION 2 REFERENCE MANUAL (Control Data) by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This manual describes the APL 2 system, an implementation of the APL language available under the NOS operating system.
Xerox APL Language and Operations Reference Manual by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This manual describes Xerox's implementation of the APL language - hereafter referred to as Xerox APL, or simply as APL. t It defines the language and the general operations of the processor under control of Xerox 560 and Sigma 6/7/9 Control Program-V (CP-V). This manual is intended primarily for use as a reference document by experienced APL programmers. Beginning APL users may find it useful to consult some good APL primers to augment this manual.
Multics APL User Guide by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This manual describes the Multics implementation of APL (A Programming Language). The document assumes no prior knowledge of APL.
APLSF Language Manual (Digital Equipment Corporation) by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This manual describes the language elements of APL-Basic and APLSF on both the TOPS-10 and TOPS-20 operating systems.
VAX APL Installation Guide by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This document contains instructions for installing VAX APL on the VMS operating system. It also explains how to read the online release notes before or after installing the product. This document applies to VAX APL Version 3.2.
VAX APL Reference Manual by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This reference manual describes the VAX. APL functions, operators, variables, and system commands.
VAX APL User's Guide by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
This manual describes the VAX APL interpreter and the environment in which it operates.
Management Applications in APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
In recognition of the growing importance of interactive computing in support of management education, the IBM Corporation agreed to sponsor a two-week program on the subject in the summer of 1975. Modelled after the highly successful program at the University of Michigan, which introduced business school educators to the use of FORTRAN, this program was aimed at accomplishing the same goal, this time with the interactive computer language APL. Approximately two dozen management school professors were to be invited to come to the Graduate School of Management (GSM) at UCLA and to be involved in an intensive learning experience.
APL-STAT by Lee Courtney — last modified 2008-08-21 19:22
A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Computational Statistics Using APL
APL ADVANCED TECHNIQUES AND UTILITIES by Lee Courtney — last modified 2011-02-08 13:20
Book by Gary Bergquist on using modern APLs, including APL2. Numerous exercises and examples from several different fields.
APL in Practice by Lee Courtney — last modified 2011-02-25 23:59
What You Need to Know To Install and Use Successful APL Systems And Major Applications
Management Problem-Solving with APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2011-02-25 23:59
A guide to the solution of typical accounting and finance problems through APL time-sharing.
APL\360 Reference Manual by Lee Courtney — last modified 2011-02-26 20:32
This manual presents a comprehensIve discussion of APL\360 as of November 1969. It Is intended to provide APL users with a complete reference document. Teachers should find this manual a useful supplement to their APL texts and courses.
A Dictionary of APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2011-02-26 20:36
 
Physics in APL2 by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 19:23
 
A GENERALIZATION OF APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 19:13
PhD thesis by primary architect of APL2; Influence on APL2; This paper presents a generalization of APLo It is presented as a notation not as a computer implemented programming language although implementation considerations are eluded to.
An Introduction to APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 19:22
This book is an introductory text for classroom use or independent study.
York APL by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 19:23
Introduction and overview of the York University implementation of A Programming Language (APL).
Introduction to College Mathematics with A Programming Language by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 20:09
Textbook of college mathematics using the APL programming language.
APL AN INTRODUCTION A U-PROGRAM WORK TEXT by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-04 20:32
Textbook providing an introduction to APL.
APL ADVANCED TECHNIQUES AND UTILITIES by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-08 08:05
An advanced treatment of APL for practitioners familar and experienced with the language.
APL 360 An Interactive Approach by Lee Courtney — last modified 2013-12-08 10:53
A Programming Language textbook, one of the most influential and widely used introductions to APL and time-sharing.
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