(in prescriptions) as much as is desired.
abbreviation (in prescriptions)
Latin quantum libet (as much as desired)
language A LISP by Richard Gabriel and John McCarthy. [“Queue-based Multi-processing Lisp”, R. Gabriel & J. McCarthy, Proc 1984 Symp Lisp and Functional Prog, pp. 25-44]. (1999-10-12)
abbreviation 1. Queensland
A version of Prolog implemented in Lisp which allows Prolog programs to call Lisp and vice versa. [“QLOG – The Programming Environment for Prolog in LISP”, H.J. Komorowski in Logic Prgramming, K.L. Clark et al eds, Academic Press 1982]. (1995-01-25)
1. SRI 1973. General problem solving, influenced by PLANNER. QA4 features merged with INTERLISP. [“QLISP – A Language for the Interactive Development of Complex Systems”, E. Sacerdoti et al, NCC 45:349-356, AFIPS, 1976]. 2. A parallel LISP. [“Qlisp”, R. Gabriel et al in Parallel Computation and Computers for AI, J. Kowalik ed, 1988, pp.63-89]. (1999-10-12)