This technique outlines a method whereby equation sets can be ordered in computational order and checked for compatibility. The technique also allows one to note what equations can be computed in parallel (provided one has parallel arithmetic capabilities) or can be considered a logical entity, i.e., segment. Furthermore, the technique will assist one to intelligently allocate high-speed memory (HSM) so that memory is reassigned to other duties as soon as its present duties are fulfilled. Last, the technique appears to be simple and fast to implement.
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