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Construction of a packetC Program

packetC and Parallelism

packetC is designed to be used with parallel-processing runtime environments, although an implementation may be compliant without providing this. The language was designed for environments in which a packetC program will typically be executing with large numbers of simultaneous contexts. In packetC, similar to interrupt service routines, the arrival of a packet is an event that triggers processing by a context. The packetC program is considered re-entrant and is designed such that more than one copy is executing at any point in time. Parallel processing is based upon ...

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