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Publications, Papers, Reports, Memos

  • 3600 Technical Summary – February, 1983
  • 3600 Microcode Compiler Specification
  • Patent 4,887,235 – Symbolic Language Data Processing System
  • Chaosnet (M.I.T. A.I. Lab Memo 628) – by David A. Moon
  • CONS (M.I.T. A.I. Lab Working Paper 88) – by Tom Knight
  • Lisp Machine Progress Report (M.I.T. A.I. Lab Memo 444) – by Alan Bawden, Richard Greenblatt, Jack Holloway, Thomas Knight, David Moon and Daniel Weinreb
  • CADR (M.I.T. A.I. Lab Memo 528) – by Thomas F. Knight, Jr., David A. Moon, Jack Holloway and Guy L. Steele, Jr.
  • Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution (Book) – by Steven Levy
  • Lisp Machine Manual (M.I.T. 6th Ed.) – by Richard M. Stallman, Daniel Weinreb, and David Moon
  • Optimizations in the Symbolics CLOS Implementation – by D. Scott Cyphers and David A. Moon
  • Steering Behaviors For Autonomous Characters – by Craig W. Reynolds
  • Flocks, Herds, and Schools: A Distributed Behavioral Model – by Craig Reynolds
  • Boids Background and Update – by Craig Reynolds
  • The Common Lisp Object System – An Overview
  • Lisp Machine Window System Manual (M.I.T. 1.1 Ed.) – by Richard Stallman, Daniel Weinreb, and David Moon
  • A Brief History of Lisp Machines – by Dave Dyer
  • If It Works It’s Not AI – by Eve M. PhillipsThe Lisp Machine (M.I.T. A.I. Lab Working Paper 79) – by Richard Greenblatt

Web References

  • Lisp Machine – Wikipedia Reference
  • Symbolics – Wikipedia Reference
  • Tom Knight – Wikipedia Reference
  • Bill Gosper – Wikipedia Reference
  • Russell Noftsker – Wikipedia Reference
  • Story of the Lisp Machine Wars – by Richard M. Stallman
  • BusinessPundit.com – Women in Business (Ilene Lang reference)
  • Wired News – Pentagon Alters LifeLog Project (Howard E. Shrobe quote)
  • VFX World- A Little History on Previsualization (Craig Reynolds reference)
  • Dr. Dobbs Portal – AI vs. UI? Which Way to Smarter Software? (Symbolics Reference)
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