Monthly Archives

October 2018


An announcement to sustaining members

The BAA has been quiet for some time due to a multitude of reasons but now we are getting our act back together and re-focussing our efforts. One of the greatest problems we have had was the production of our Vector publication which stalled at V26.4 largely due to the…
Paul Grosvenor
October 25, 2018

BAA19 – Coming May 2019

It has been a couple of years since the BAA has hosted a formal conference, but we are now in planning for BAA-19. This, we hope, will be a one-day event at RSA House, John Adam Street, London to be held late April or early May. Current plans are for…
Paul Grosvenor
October 24, 2018

Announcing the new BAA and Vector websites

Thank you for taking the time to visit our new and enhanced website. This has been some time in the making and together with our new Vector site will give us a professional presence and increased functionality to take us into 2019 and beyond. From now on our working group…
Paul Grosvenor
October 23, 2018

BAA London Symposium

BAA-London - the London based discussion group for the APL family of array languages. Meetings are held on the last Friday of every month at: The Hoop and Grapes 80 Farringdon Street London EC4A 4BL Upstairs room booked from 14.30 'til 17.30. Meet earlier downstairs for a pre-event drink…
John Jacob
October 22, 2018

Who was Kenneth E. Iverson?

For the best memorial, die while your colleagues have energy to write. With this issue Vector at last commemorates the life and work of Dr Kenneth E. Iverson. We had hoped to publish a substantial review, by colleagues and collaborators, of his life and work. But Ken Iverson’s influence and…
Stephen Taylor
October 9, 2018