We discuss the concepts underlying Rediflow, a multiprocessing system being designed to support concurrent programming through a hybrid model of reduction, dataflow, and von Neumann processes. The techniques of automatic load-balancing in Rediflow are described in some detail.
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Keller, R.M., F.C.H. Lin, and J. Tanaka. "Rediflow multiprocessing." Computers for artificial intelligence applications Ed. B. Wah and G.J. Li. (1986): 329-336. The article first appeared as Keller, R.M., F.C.H. Lin, and J. Tanaka. "Rediflow multiprocessing." Proceedings of IEEE Compcon (Feb. 1984): 410-417.