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Architecture of the Synchronous Dataflow System SDS-1

Liu Guizhong and Ci Yungui   

  1. Changsha Institute of Technology, Changsha, China
  • Received:1985-02-11 Online:1986-01-10 Published:2022-01-20

Asynchronous operations in dataflow computers bring about some problems. In this paper, synchronous operations for dataflow computations and their model are proposed, and the outline of the implementation, SDS, of the model and its functional programming language, SDSFP, are described. The architecture of the first version of SDS (SDS-1) is discussed in detail.



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