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%T Mapping PCSC Design Model to Inmos ANSI C
%A S. Sahib, Gordon A. Manson
%E Patrick Nixon
%B Proceedings of WoTUG\-18: Transputer and occam Developments
%X 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.

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