Graph reduction machine

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A graph reduction machine is a special-purpose computer built to perform combinator calculations by graph reduction.

Examples include the SKIM ("S-K-I machine") computer, built at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, and the multiprocessor GRIP ("Graph Reduction In Parallel") computer, built at University College London.

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  • T. J. W. Clarke, P. Gladstone, C. MacLean, A. C. Norman: SKIM — The S, K, I Reduction Machine. LISP Conference, 1980: 128–135

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