Jean E. Sammet papers, ca. 1955-1989.
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Sammet, Jean E., 1928-
Sammet was a leading figure in the development of computer programming languages. She began her career at Sperry Gyroscope Company (1955-1958) and moved to Sylvania Electric Products in 1958 where she participated in programming development for the MOBIDIC Computer. In 1961 she joined IBM Corporation to manage their Boston Programming Center. There she conducted advanced development work in programming and produced the first Formula Manipulation Compiler. Between 1968 and 1978 Samme...
Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.
Association for Computing Machinery. Special Interest Committee on Symbolic & Algebraic Manipulation
International Business Machines Corporation. Federal Systems Division
International Business Machines Corporation. Boston Programming Center.
ACM Special Interest Group on Multimedia
The Association for Computing Machinery was founded in 1947 and has grown to become the oldest and largest educational and scientific computing society. It maintains the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves a membership in more than one hundred countries with publications, conferences and career resources. The Special Interest Groups (SIGs) of the ACM are technical communities representing virtually every major area of computing. There are also hundreds of professional and studen...
American Federation of Information Processing Societies. History of Computing Committee.