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Re: Request for " Extended Transputer Code - a Target-Independent Representation of Parallel Programs "
Thank you, Herman. You can hold off a while - I’ve ordered one (the last one from Amazon) as Ruth Ivimey-Cook suggested, and we will see if it arrives. They promised today, but now it is next Wednesday ;-). Also, Øyvind Teig scanned it in for me. I really appreciate all the help! Now I have to understand it all - since Michael Poole is no longer around to advise :-(
On Dec 14, 2016, at 4:20 PM, herman7@xxxxxx wrote:
>> Hi all,
> Hi Larry,
> I should have a copy of the WoTUG proceedings.
> I'll see if I can send a copy tomorrow.
> I think Peter may have the original article somewhere.
>> Can anyone help me get a copy of this? Or of WoTUG-21?
>> Larry Dickson
>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> From: Research Support <researchsupport@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Subject: Re: Request for " Extended Transputer Code - a
>>> Target-Independent Representation of Parallel Programs "
>>> Date: December 13, 2016 at 8:37:05 AM PST
>>> To: "tjoccam@xxxxxxxxxxx" <tjoccam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Thank you for your enquiry via the Kent Academic Repository. We regret
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>>> To: Research Support
>>> Subject: Request for " Extended Transputer Code - a Target-Independent
>>> Representation of Parallel Programs "
>>> This item has been requested from Kent Academic Repository by
>>> tjoccam@xxxxxxxxxxx . Please can you respond.
>>> Poole, Michael D. (1998) Extended Transputer Code - a Target-Independent
>>> Representation of Parallel Programs. In: 21st
>>> World-Occam-and-Transputer-User-Group Technical Meeting (WoTUG-21) -
>>> Architectures, Languages and Patterns for Parallel and Distributed
>>> Applications, Apr 05-08, 1998, Canterbury, England. (The full text of
>>> this publication is not currently available from this repository. You
>>> may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided)
>>> The following reason was given:
>>> I am researching the possibility of a static subset of occam-Pi, and
>>> must understand the capabilities and reasoning behind the "extended" in
>>> "extended transputer code". Perhaps ETT contains everything I need.
>>> Kent Academic Repository