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March 7, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Extending the integration of its Unix workstations with its IBM compatible mainframes, Hitachi Ltd has announced HI-UX Lisp, based on Common Lisp, and HI-UX Prolog, based on the Edinburgh compiler written for the DECsystem-10. The new compilers will enable artificial intelligence applications written on Hitachi’s 2050 68020-based workstations to be run on its M-series mainframes. They support variables and comments written in kanji, and have support windows. HI-UX Lisp has a Fortran interface, the two cost $3,900 together, and Hitachi looks to sell 1,100 Lisp, and 2,000 Prolog, still the more popular with Japan’s artificial intelligentsia.

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