„With the computer and programming languages, mathematics has newly-acquired tools, and its notation should be reviewed in the light of them. The computer may, in effect, be used as a patient, precise, and knowledgeable "native speaker" of mathematical notation.“

Source: Math for the Layman (1999), Ch. 10, §D

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Kenneth Iverson
informaticien canadien connu pour l'invention des langages … 1920 - 2004

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