The data flow programming language CAJOLE - an informal introduction

@inproceedings{Hankin1981TheDF,
  title={The data flow programming language CAJOLE - an informal introduction},
  author={C. L. Hankin and Hugh Glaser},
  booktitle={SIGP},
  year={1981}
}
Data Flow represents a radical departure from the conventional approach to computer organisation. Rather than a centralised control unit that controls the sequencing of operations, the scheduling of instructions for execution is controlled by the flow of data between operations. In this way the control is distributed and several operations may be executed concurrently. This new approach has major implications for computer architecture and several "data flow" machines have been proposed in the… CONTINUE READING