Modular highly-parallel computation and architectures
Most of the highly-parallel architectures support more or less special applications. We are advocating and developing a modular approach to designing parallel computers with larger number of communicating processors. These computers with flexible, open architecture should make easier the adaptation of various application tasks to efficient parallel processing. The approach may be considered as an extension of the transputer design methodology towards more flexibility and generality.
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