Stability and Sequentiality in Dataflow Networks

  title={Stability and Sequentiality in Dataflow Networks},
  author={Prakash Panangaden and Vasant Shanbhogue and Eugene W. Stark},
The class of monotone input/output automata has been shown in the authors' previous work to be a useful operational model for dataaow-style networks of communicating processes. An interesting class of problems arising from this model are those that concern the relationship between the input/output behavior of automata to the structure of their transition graphs. In this paper, we restrict our attention to the subclass of determinate automata, which compute continuous functions, and we… CONTINUE READING

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