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Mapping PCSC Design Model to Inmos ANSI C

Authors: Sahib, S., Manson, Gordon A.


A methodology for parallel system design called Parallel Communicating Sequential Code (PCSC) is currently being developed. A CASE tool based on this methodology is also being built which automatically generates C code for the PVM environment. Work is currently being carried out to extend the code generator to automatically generate C code for the Inmos toolset. This paper discusses the mapping of the PCSC design model onto Inmos Ansi C to make the automatic code generation possible. Where relevant, comparisons are made with respect to the C-PVM implementation.


Proceedings of WoTUG-18: Transputer and occam Developments, Patrick Nixon, 1995, pp 163 - 181 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam

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