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1975), Hardy (1974), and Summers (1975a,b). We will first examine the method of Summers. The Summers system builds programs using the LISP primitives car, cdr, cons, and atom: car(X) yields the first element of list X. Thus if X = (A B C) then car(X) = A. cdr(X) yields the list X with the first element removed. Using the same example X, cdr (x) = (B C) . cons (Z;X) yields list X with element Z added to the first location so that cons(D,X) would yield (D A B C) for the example list X. atom(X) is a predicate that is true if X is an atom or a list of length zero (which is written “nil”).
5 Synthesis of LISP Programs The synthesis of LISP programs from input-output examples provides an attractive problem for research partly because the L‘trace”of the calculation is often easy to obtain. Thus if the input X = (A B C) yields output Y = (C B A), one suspects that the output was obtained by placing the leftmost element of X into the rightmost location of Y, the second element of X into the second location of Y, and the rightmost element of X into the first position of Y. 2 is solved.
Buildone. OK. 46 ALAN W. 4 Discussion Clearly such brief coverage of any system that claims to process a portion of the English language cannot begin to explain the immense complexities involved. However, it is hoped that the reader can at least partially understand the nature of the mechanisms that make it work. The reader is encouraged to return to the original source for considerably more detail. No general natural language processing capability exists today and so it is not possible to generate arbitrary programs from an English input.
Advances in Computers, Vol. 15 by Morris Rubinoff, Marshall C. Yovits