List Processor (LISP) V11 is a language processor which is based on the de facto international standard, Common LISP, and runs under an MSP TSS environment.
LISP enables the calling of other languages from LISP, and vice-versa, and provides a function for establishing links with other, already existing applications. LISP can handle large amounts of data because it operates in 2 gigabytes of address space.
LISP has the following functions:
Common LISP functions
Many different data formats: arrays, strings, vectors, character strings, characters, etc.
Extended lambda function
Multiple value function
Special and extended features
Links between languages
Links with existing systems
Operates in 2 gigabytes of address space
LISP is suitable for building artificial intelligence systems that perform knowledge and inference processing. LISP has a simple, flexible structure. This allows users to expand LISP systems in steps, and to create systems which require continuous updating to cope with changing circumstances.
M-760-8 and higher, M-770, M-780, M-1500 to M-1900, and GS series
OS IV/MSP AF II V10
Fujitsu LISP Handbook V11