(Always called “Id”) A non-strict, single assignment language and incremental compiler developed by Arvind and Gostelow and used on MIT’s Tagged-Token Dataflow Architecture and planned to be used on Motorola’s Monsoon.
See also Id Nouveau.
[“An Asynchronous Programming Language for a Large Multiprocessor Machine”, Arvind et al, TR114a, Dept ISC, UC Irvine, Dec 1978].
[“The U-Interpreter”, Arvind et al, Computer 15(2):42-50, 1982].
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