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Simulating hardware structures in occam

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1 Author(s)
Dowsing, R.D. ; University of East Anglia, School of Computing Studies, Norwich, UK

Occam is a low-level programming language designed specifically to program an array of transputers, although it may be implemented on a single transputer or other processor using a suitable run-time support system. The paper describes the use of occam to model combinatorial and sequential logic systems. The suitability of occam for such modelling is discussed.

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Software & Microsystems  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 4 )