The Molen Programming Paradigm

  title={The Molen Programming Paradigm},
  author={Stamatis Vassiliadis and Georgi Gaydadjiev and Koen Bertels and Elena Moscu Panainte},
In this paper we present the Molen programming paradigm, which is a sequential consistency paradigm for programming Custom Computing Machines (CCM). The programming paradigm allows for modularity and provides mechanisms for explicit parallel execution. Furthermore it requires only few instructions to be added in an architectural instruction set while allowing an almost arbitrary number of op-codes per user to be used in a CCM. A number of programming examples and discussion is provided in order… CONTINUE READING
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