The Anthropocentric Approach to Computing and Reactive Machines
Concerned with approach to fifth-generation computer; presents human-oriented ideology of computing based on functional model which rational human activities follow; spatial cellular organizations are considered.
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THE PROCEDURAL MODEL
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actions activity application argument names assume basic causality cells cellular chain Chapter characteristic value Communications Channel components composition conceptual Data Channel data instance data items data structure database decomposition defined functions delinearization denote dependencies do-keep elaboration elements enables entities equifinality example executing system expression external fact feature func function instance function loading Functional Model Functional Programming hard links Hence Heriot-Watt University hierarchical human implementation infix notation inputs inserted instantiated internal name location vectors machine Mary matrix scheme mode nature Neumann computer nodes notion object composition operands organization output pattern performed port postcondition precondition predicate primary arguments primitive functions problem Procedural Model produced programming languages represented result ring structures S-view Selection semantic gap shown in Fig single actor slave space space-time trade-off spatial static string subprimitives switches tags terminator tion transformation tree triggering updates