A Language to Facilitate Man Computer-Dialogue

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Author(s)Dowsey MW
Publication type Report
Series TitleComputing Laboratory Technical Report Series
Legacy DateAugust 1970
Report Number10
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This paper discusses some of the factors which influenced the design of a language to permit natural communication with a computer. The language was primarily intended for use in CAI studies at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne but its design renders it suitable for any kind of man-computer dialogue, whether it be Socratic tutoring, enquiry training, or constructed response. Comparisons are made with similar languages.
InstitutionComputing Laboratory, University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Place PublishedNewcastle upon Tyne
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