FGL


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FGL

(1)
Flow Graph Lisp. A distributed dataflow language for AMPS (Applicative Multi-Processing System). "A Loosely-Coupled Applicative Multi-Processing System", R. Keller et al, NCC, AFIPS June 1979, pp.613- 622.

FGL

(2)
Function Graph Language. Related to FEL.
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