[plan-er] /ˈplæn ər/
a person who .
a book, similar to a desk calendar, for recording appointments, things to be done, etc.
a person who makes plans, esp for the development of a town, building, etc
a chart for recording future appointments, tasks, goals, etc
1716, “one who plans,” agent noun from plan (v.). Derogatory variant planster attested from 1945. Meaning “book or device that enables one to plan” is from 1971.
A language for writing theorem provers by Carl Hewitt firstname.lastname@example.org MIT 1967. Never fully implemented.
CONNIVER was an outgrowth of PLANNER and microPLANNER a subset. PLASMA is a PLANNER-like system modelled on Actors. See also POPLER, QLISP, Scheme.
[“PLANNER: A Language for Proving Theorems in Robots”, Carl Hewitt, Proc IJCAI-69, Wash DC, May 1969].
The original name for PLASMA.
[plan-ing] /ˈplæn ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act or process of making a or . [plan] /plæn/ noun 1. a scheme or method of acting, doing, proceeding, making, etc., developed in advance: battle plans. 2. a design or scheme of arrangement: an elaborate plan for seating guests. 3. a specific project or definite purpose: plans for […]
- Planning blight
noun 1. the harmful effects of uncertainty about likely restrictions on the types and extent of future development in a particular area on the quality of life of its inhabitants and the normal growth of its business and community enterprises
- Planning permission
noun 1. (in Britain) formal permission that must be obtained from a local authority before development or a change of use of land or buildings