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Arrows are identified by numbers written above the principal line occupied by the calculational scheme. This may be observed in the example given in Appendix 1. I n the calculational schemes (which are independent of any hardware) operators are represented by capital letters with subscripts indicating dependence on steering parameters. A product of operators may be recorded in the condensed form: n A , . A, * A , * * * An = II Ai. i-1 Logical conditions are represented by small letters, and predicates take the form of functions whose arguments are the conditions t o be checked.
23 24 24 33 42 48 52 58 62 66 68 68 71 80 88 88 . 92 95 100 102 . 103 105 Introductory Notes The author of the present article considers it impossible to cover in a single paper all interesting aspects of the vast area of research on automatic programming in Eastern Europe. Therefore the reader will kindly accept the author’s apologies for inadequate description, omission of many interesting points, and, frequently, too brief a dis- 23 WtADYStAW TURSKI cussion of papers mentioned.
The working version is due to N. V. Sedova, V. V. Voevodin, Yan Fu-Tsen, and E. A. Zhogolev (of. [ 6 4 ] ) . 38 AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING I N EASTERN EUROPE discuss two of them. The control program is the program for imitating the well-known step-by-step checking which used to be performed manually. The main idea of the program is to use the object program as input information for the control program which, according to the programmer’s option, accepts one or more of the object program instructions and, once more optionally, either executes these instructions one by one printing out partial results, or prints relevant control transfers, or j u s t the instructions themselves in octal or decimal form.