GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS.

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Abstract

A generalized version of the pure data flow model has been described. This generalized version called Generalized Data Flow Model (GDM) takes into account the features of multimicroprocessor systems, and hence merges the data flow and control flow semantics. In GDM, operator functions and firing rules may be arbitrarily sophisticated data flow graphs and can be nested in unlimited depth. GDM gives possibility to use colored and uncolored tokens in a mixed way. GDM supports writing of concurrent programs as well on the basis of data flow semantics.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherOMIKK Technoinform
Pages539-551
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)9635922957
Publication statusPublished - 1983

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Microprocessor chips
Semantics
Data flow graphs
Flow control
Mathematical operators

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  • Engineering(all)

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Kacsuk, P. (1983). GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 539-551). OMIKK Technoinform.

GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS. / Kacsuk, P.

Unknown Host Publication Title. OMIKK Technoinform, 1983. p. 539-551.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Kacsuk, P 1983, GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS. in Unknown Host Publication Title. OMIKK Technoinform, pp. 539-551.
Kacsuk P. GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS. In Unknown Host Publication Title. OMIKK Technoinform. 1983. p. 539-551
Kacsuk, P. / GENERALIZED DATA FLOW MODEL FOR PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS. Unknown Host Publication Title. OMIKK Technoinform, 1983. pp. 539-551
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