1. Any machine (whether notional or actual) whose instruction set is Lisp.
2. A line of workstations made by Symbolics, Inc. from the mid-1970s (having grown out of the MIT AI Lab) to late 1980s. All system code for Symbolics Lisp Machines was written in Lisp Machine Lisp. Symbolics Lisp Machines were also notable for having had space-cadet keyboards.
[More details and historical background?]
Lisp Machine Museum (http://kogs-www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/~moeller/symbolics-info/symbolics.html).
- Lisp machine lisp
language An extension of Maclisp, now called Zetalisp. (1998-12-13)
“Concurrent Programming Language Lisptalk”, C. Li, SIGPLAN Notices 23(4):71-80 (Apr 1988).
CLOS based windowing system on OpenWindows.
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