IF1


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IF1

(language)
A graph language used as an intermediate language for dataflow hardware. Used by the OSC SISAL compiler.

["The Manchester Prototype Dataflow Computer", J.R. Gurd et al, CACM 28(1):34-52, Jan 1985].
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The application specification tool accepts a sequential program written in the SISAL functional language and converts it into a DAG, which is represented in textual form by the IF1 (Intermediate Form 1) acyclic graphical language.
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