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Title: TDFL: A task-level data flow language
Authors: Suhler, P.A.
Biswas, J. 
Korner, K.M.
Browne, J.C.
Issue Date: Jun-1990
Citation: Suhler, P.A.,Biswas, J.,Korner, K.M.,Browne, J.C. (1990-06). TDFL: A task-level data flow language. Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 9 (2) : 103-115. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The Task-Level Dataflow Language is a graphical language for architecture-independent parallel programming and is intended for the writing of new programs and the adaptation of existing ones. It is the first coarse-grained dataflow language that supports dynamic modification of program graphs. It provides a systematic use of program constructs to support particular programming styles, such as nondeterminism, iteration, and replication. It has been used successfully in a course on parallel programming. © 1990.
Source Title: Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing
ISSN: 07437315
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