applicative language for digital signal processing

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Applicative Language for Digital Signal Processing definition

(ALDiSP) A functional language with special features for real-time I/O and numerical processing, developed at the Technical University of Berlin in 1989.
["An Applicative Real-Time Language for DSP - Programming Supporting Asynchronous Data-Flow Concepts", M. Freericks in Microprocessing and Microprogramming 32, N-H 1991].
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