Oberon-v



(Formerly Seneca). R. Griesemer, 1990. Descendant of Oberon designed for numerical applications on supercomputers, especially vector or pipelined architectures. Includes array constructors and an ALL statement. “Seneca – A Language for Numerical Applications on Vectorcomputers”, Proc CONPAR 90 – VAPP IV Conf. R. Griesemer, Diss Nr. 10277, ETH Zurich.

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