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More and more processors can be fabricated on a single chip today. But management of this increasing parallelism is still in a research phase. This paper introduces the idea of the hybrid data-driven control-flow processor. The hybrid processor has support for object-oriented programming methods to help programmers to manage parallelism in the network of the hybrid processors. All programs, including the operating system, can be divided to several objects and thus spread over the network. This way everything is executed truly concurrently in the network of the hybrid processors.