CEPROL: A cellular programming language

@article{Seutter1985CEPROLAC,
  title={CEPROL: A cellular programming language},
  author={Friedhelm Seutter},
  journal={Parallel Comput.},
  year={1985},
  volume={2},
  pages={327-333}
}
  • Friedhelm Seutter
  • Published in Parallel Comput. 1985
  • Computer Science
  • Abstract Realized cellular automata may be operated by universal computer systems as programmable special-purpose processors for parallelizable problems. Because of their architecture (local neighbourhood, small storage size per cell, they are well suited for processing systolic algorithms. A cellular programming language — named CEPROL — is presented which offers means for programming and controlling cellular automata processing such algorithms. 

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