AMBIT for graphs.
[“An Example of the Manipulation of Directed Graphs in the AMBIT/G Programming Language”, C. Christensen, in Interactive Systems for Experimental Applied Mathematics, M. Klerer et al, eds, Academic Press 1968, pp. 423-435].
ambit/l language AMBIT for lists. A variant of AMBIT supporting list handling and pattern matching rules based on two-dimensional diagrams. [“An Introduction to AMBIT/L, A Diagrammatic Language for List Processing”, Carlos Christensen, Proc 2nd ACM Symp Symb and Alg Manip (Mar 1971)]. (1994-12-08)
ambit/s language AMBIT for strings.
ambivalence, especially when acted out; a to contradictory behavior arising from conflicting impulses. Historical Examples Disposing causes of negativistic phenomena are: the ambitendency by which every impulse is accompanied by its opposite. Collected Papers on Analytical Psychology C. G. Jung
an earnest desire for some type of achievement or distinction, as power, honor, fame, or wealth, and the willingness to strive for its attainment: Too much ambition caused him to be disliked by his colleagues. the object, state, or result desired or sought after: The crown was his ambition. desire for work or activity; energy: […]