data driven machine

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Data Driven Machine definition

(DDM) A dataflow language.
["The Architecture and System Method of DDM-1: A Recursively Structured Data Driven Machine", A. Davis, Proc 5th Ann Symp Comp Arch, IEEE 1978].
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