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Issue No.06 - June (1988 vol.37)
pp: 646-651
ABSTRACT
Bidirectional message-passing (bi-io), a novel symmetric communication mechanism for concurrent processes, is introduced and developed. The mechanism is symmetric in the sense that, in one atomic action, a message is transmitted in each direction between two processes. For some applications (tree structure, systolic arrays) this method is shown to have several advantages over conventional synch
INDEX TERMS
bidirectional message passing; generalized message-passing mechanism; communicating sequential processes; symmetric communication mechanism; concurrent processes; tree structure; systolic arrays; synchronization; communication primitives; CSP-like syntax; weakest-precondition semantics; systolic arrays; distributed processing; parallel processing; trees (mathematics).
CITATION
P.M. Lenders, "A Generalized Message-Passing Mechanism for Communicating Sequential Processes", IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol.37, no. 6, pp. 646-651, June 1988, doi:10.1109/12.2203
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