In computer languages
is a universal, symbolic programming language
system, based on a systematic a priori
analysis of the tasks required for computation. Devised (and developed) by Australian polyhistor Diarmuid Pigott
, Protium is polymorphic in type with considerable character flexibility. It is pasigraphic
after the fashion of John Wilkins
and Charles K. Bliss
, and does not favour one host natural language over another.