A Distributed I/O Communication Protocol for a Network of Transputers
Authors: Huang, Runhe, Morgan, Mike
This paper describes an asynchronous communication protocol for an embedded network of transputer I/O devices. The aim of the protocol was to allow a message routing infrastructure small enough to fit withing the internal memory of the inexpensize T2 transputer range and yet be flexible enough to cater for all control and message routing requirements of a complex assembly machine. It was also a requirement that the network was scalable without the need to recompile the source code.
Proceedings of WoTUG-18: Transputer and occam Developments, Patrick Nixon, 1995, pp 227 - 237 published by IOS Press, Amsterdam
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