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The SC Language (SCL) and its graphical representation (SCG)

As mentioned in the introduction SCL is a minimal language. It consists of seven statements.

The SCG is a labelled graph G = (S, E), whereas

  • the nodes S correspond to the statements of the program
  • and the edges E reflect the sequential execution ordering

 ABO example:


The SCL Meta-model

Deprecated since 0.12

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The SC language is implemented in the plugin de.cau.cs.kieler.scl and created via xtext. The xtext grammar file is de.cau.cs.kieler.scl.SCL.xtext.

  • Every SCL program is contained in a Program
  • A Program and concurrent threads of a parallel statement a AbstractThreads
  • AbstractThreads contain a list of Statements
  • A Statement can either be a InstructionStatement and contains a single instruction or an EmptyStatement
  • EmptyStatements do not contain an instruction, but can hold a label or an annotation
  • An instruction is a Conditional, a Pause, a Goto, an Assignment, a Parallel or a new StatementScope
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