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Experience with occam for simulating systolic and wavefront arrays

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P. M. Samwell ; City University, Centre for Information Engineering, London, UK

The use of occam as a simulation language for systolic and wavefront processor arrays is described. Partitioning problems which may arise are discussed and their implications for Transputer systems assessed. General principles for parallel simulation in occam are discussed, and occam is compared with other languages in this context.

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Software Engineering Journal  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 5 )