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Evenja vs Dataflow

Dataflow definition

Wikipédia : Dataflow is a programming paradigm that models a program as a directed graph of the data flowing between operations, thus implementing dataflow principles and architecture.

Difference

As defined above, is “as a directed graph of the data”. This mean there is an analysis to define how to “direct” the graph.

With Evenja, the graph's “direction”, dépends only of the data's content it self.

Using when, where, what data is in the dataflow and with no specific algorythm, but only the content of the data, the new “direction” will be found.

Similarity

As dataflow programming, Evenja is a management of datas through a flow.

But the management of the datas is ALWAYS THE SAME, WHATEVER IS THE APPLICATION.

doc/versus/dataflow.txt · Last modified: 2014/01/11 13:05 by fjp