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GRIP: A parallel graph reduction machine

Peyton Jones, SL; Clack, C; Salkild, J; (1987) GRIP: A parallel graph reduction machine. ICL Technical Journal , 5 (3) 595 - 599.

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Abstract

GRIP - Graph Reduction In Parallel - is a Fifth Generation machine designed to execute functional languages in parallel, using graph reduction. Its design and construction is a project funded by the Alvey Directorate as a collaborative project between University College London, ICL and High Level Hardware Ltd. It is expected that a working prototype will be completed during 1987. The paper gives a brief outline of the principles of graph reduction and of GRIP'S architecture.

Type:Article
Title:GRIP: A parallel graph reduction machine
Publisher version:http://www.ppl.co.uk/
Language:English
Additional information:ICL Technical Journal was published by Peter Peregrinus Limited, which is now a wholly owned subsidiary of the IET (The Institution of Engineering and Technology)
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science

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