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Although the current actual computation. in Fig. 22 contain components central to the reconfigurable-lattice they have are not conducive to developed an extensive the reconfigurable-lattice architecture on possibilities of the lattice allows us to architecture parallel-honest environment. In the emulation system each GDP hypercube node; the communication functions crossbar switch. the nearest-neighbor explore the algorithmic in a highly developed. yet program resides on a different links. • the and the global bus) are handled by an integrated communications emulator process which runs on the same hypercube node as the associated GDP program.

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