Bruno Marchal writes:

> The UD is both massively parallel 
> and massively sequential. Recall the UD generates all programs and 
> executes them all together, but one step at a time. The "D" is for 
> dovetailing which is a technic for emulating parallelism sequentially.

Given that no actual physical hardware is needed to run it, why did 
you choose the UD to generate all the computations rather than just 
saying they are all run in parallel. There is enough room in Platonia 
for infinite parallel virtual machines, isn't there?

Stathis Papaioannou
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