Connection Machine Lisp: fine-grained parallel symbolic processing

@inproceedings{Steele1986ConnectionML,
  title={Connection Machine Lisp: fine-grained parallel symbolic processing},
  author={Guy L. Steele and W. Daniel Hillis},
  booktitle={LFP '86},
  year={1986}
}
  • Guy L. Steele, W. Daniel Hillis
  • Published in LFP '86 1986
  • Computer Science
  • Connection Machine Lisp is a dialect of Lisp extended to al- low a fine.grained, data-oriented style of parallel execution. [...] Key Method Additional program notation is introduced to indicate var- ious parallel operations. The symbols st andare used, in a manner syntactically reminiscent of the backquote notation used in Common Lisp, to indicate what parts of an expression are to be executed in parallel. Ths symbol fl is used to indicate permu- tation and reduction of sets of data. Connection Machine Lisp in…Expand Abstract

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