Klaus Samelson

Klaus Samelson (December 21, 1918 – May 25, 1980) was a German mathematician, physicist, and computer pioneer in the area of programming language translation and push-pop stack algorithms for sequential formula translation on computers.

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Klaus Samelson - Selected Publications
... Perlis, Klaus Samelson, Preliminary Report International Algebraic Language, Communications of the ACM 1(12) 8-22 (1958) Klaus Samelson, Friedrich L ... Perlis, Klaus Samelson, ALGOL Sub-Committee Report - Extensions ... Bauer, Klaus Samelson The problem of a common language, especially for scientific numeral work, IFIP Congress 1959 120-124 John W ...