Sounds like, from the brief description, that this might be a decision support system. I m pretty sure that IBM fooled around with them as did many others.Message 1 of 4 , Jul 4, 2011View SourceSounds like, from the brief description, that this might be a decision support system. I'm pretty sure that IBM fooled around with them as did many others.Bernard Sypniewski I would be interested in that too.Department of Computer ScienceRowan University - Camden Campus
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First, I found an error in my decoding so if you downloaded files before this
message you should download again.
On Mon, Jul 04, 2011 at 12:00:28PM -0400, Sypniewski, Bernard Paul wrote:
> Dear David,
> Do you know what the "Problem Language Analyser" is? I am, among
> other things, a linguist and would be interested if this has to do
> with natural language processing.
I didn't find too much on it. It does not appear to be natural language
The description I found was
"An application development support system to support problem solving and other highly variable applications"
Still not sure what it is.