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Fox was part of the team that wrote DYNAMO for Jay Forrester's system dynamics research group. She then became a collaborator on the first LISP interpreter, and the principal author of the first LISP manual.
- Resume and brief autobiography for Phyllis Fox, for Wellesley College Class of 1944 Record Book, Jan 1974, SIAM history website .
- Haigh, Thomas (interviewer) (2005). "Phyllis Fox" (PDF). The History of Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing - Oral Histories. SIAM. Retrieved 12 May 2010.
- "Origin of System Dynamics", www.systemdynamics.org  Access date 11 May 2010
- McCarthy, J.; Brayton, R.; Edwards, D.; Fox, P.; Hodes, L.; Luckham, D.; Maling, K.; Park, D. et al. (March 1960), LISP I Programmer's Manual, Boston, Massachusetts: Artificial Intelligence Group, M.I.T. Computation Center and Research Laboratory Accessed May 11, 2010.
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