# Cambridge Algebra System

Cambridge Algebra System is a historical programming language created in 1973. Cambridge Algebra System (CAMAL) is a computer algebra system written in Cambridge University by David Barton, Steve Bourne, and John Fitch. It was initially used for computations in celestial mechanics and general relativity. The foundation code was written in Titan computer assembler,. Read more on Wikipedia...

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- Cambridge Algebra System first appeared in 1973
- See also: assembly-language, bcpl
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Last updated October 20th, 2019