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Occam counted array :: descheduling points
I seem to remember that counted array "::" actually was synchronization
points in occam on the transputer and in SPoC.
Also, ";" in sequential protocols were synchronization points?
Why was this so?
Because the DMA machine needed specific lengths?
Small granularity and much parallel slackness?
The compiler could have sent all in one chunk and moved data in place
Also for counted arrays, the "memcpy" could be parameterised and verify no
if all "int :: array" was sent as one chunk?
There is nothing "CSP" in the occam implementation of that stuff?
Med vennlig hilsen / sincerely
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