A language extension for GECOM written in the form of truth tables which was compiled into code for the tests and actions described. TABSOL was developed by T.F. Kavanaugh, and was in use around 1964-5.
[Proc FJCC 18:117-136, AFIPS (Fall 1960)].
adjective, noun, verb (used with object) 1. taboo. adjective 1. proscribed by society as improper or unacceptable: Taboo language is usually bleeped on TV. Synonyms: prohibited, banned, forbidden, proscribed. Antonyms: allowed, permitted, permissible; sanctioned. 2. prohibited or excluded from use or practice: In art school, painting from photographs was taboo. 3. (among the Polynesians and […]
adjective 1. of, relating to, or arranged in a table or systematic arrangement by columns, rows, etc., as statistics. 2. ascertained from or computed by the use of tables. 3. having the form of a table, tablet, or tablature. 4. flat and expansive, as tableland or a plateau. adjective 1. arranged in systematic or table […]
noun, plural tabulae rasae [tab-yuh-lee rah-see, -zee, rey-; Latin tah-boo-lahy rah-sahy] /ˈtæb yəˌli ˈrɑ si, -zi, ˈreɪ-; Latin ˈtɑ bʊˌlaɪ ˈrɑ saɪ/ (Show IPA) 1. a mind not yet affected by experiences, impressions, etc. 2. anything existing undisturbed in its original pure state. noun (pl) tabulae rasae (ˈtæbjʊliː ˈrɑːsiː) 1. (esp in the philosophy of […]
verb (used with object), tabularized, tabularizing. 1. to tabulate.