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Lucid is a domain-specific programming language used for declaratively defining relationships on data.
The language, which first appeared in the 1980s at MIT's Project MAC, features mathematical notation and semantics inspired by relational algebra. It underwent significant development before settling into its current form in 1996.
Lucid has been used to teach database design and management concepts without requiring students to become mired in syntax complexities typical of general-purpose languages.

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