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Arthur Norman [1]

Arthur C. Norman,
a British mathematician, computer scientist, and Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he has previously been a director of studies for computer science [2]. His research interests include functional programming, symbolic_computation, computer algebra systems] and programming languages. In the 80s, while also affiliated with Acornsoft, he was involved in developing the Acornsoft LISP interpreter [3], and, along with Nick Pelling (Orlando), he contributed to the chess program Acornsoft Chess [4], both for the BBC Micro. In 1983, along with John P. Fitch, the Fitch-Norman Partnership was established, which became Codemist Ltd in 1988 [5], developing and trading the Norcroft compiler suite targeting RISC OS.

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