Camlflow: a caml to data-flow translator. We present CAMLFLOW, a custom CAML to data-flow graph (DFG) compiler. CAMLFLOW was designed to provide a front-end to various implementation -level parallel programming CASE tools taking DFGs for algorithm specification. It allows large and complex DFGs to be described in a textual and concise manner, using the facilities of the CAML LIGHT functional language. Compared to other graph notation systems, the main originality of CAMLFLOW lies in its ability to define higher-order polymorphic graph patterns.
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