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  1. John McCarthy, et. al.;
    "The LISP I Programmer's Manual";
    Computation Center and Research Laboratory of Electronics, M.I.T., 1960
  2. "The IBM 704 Electronic Data Processing Machine Manual";
    Form 24-6661-2, IBM, 1954
  3. L. Peter Deutsch, Edmund C. Berkeley;
    "The LISP Implementation of the PDP-1 Computer";
    DECUS Program Library, No 85, March 1964
  4. Reinhold P. Weicker;
    "Dhrystone: A Synthetic Systems Programming Benchmark";
  5. Gerald Jay Sussman, Guy Lewis Steele, Jr.;
    "SCHEME – an Interpreter for Extended Lambda Calculus";
    M.I.T. AI Memo No. 349
  6. (No author given);
    "PDP-6 LISP (LISP 1.6) Revised"
    M.I.T. AI Memo No. 116A
  7. Ken Kahn;
    "A Pure Prolog Written In Pure Lisp";
    SAIL AIList Digest V1, #47
  8. John McCarthy;
    "History of LISP";
    History of Programming Languages (HOPL) II Proceedings, 1981

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