MATHLAB is a historical programming language created in 1964. MATHLAB is a computer algebra system created in 1964 by Carl Engelman at MITRE and written in Lisp. "MATHLAB 68" was introduced in 1967 and became rather popular in university environments running on DECs PDP-6 and PDP-10 under TOPS-10 or TENEX. In 1969 this version was included in the DECUS user group's library (as 10-142) as royalty-free software. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- See also: matlab, lisp, doi
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Last updated August 25th, 2019