A Device is Direct if it provides access to its controlled sequences as in-memory arrays rather than via a socket-like interface. The difference between a Device which is Direct and one which is not is reflected in the specifications of the various Device refinements, e.g., Source and Sink.
A model of Device which does not model Direct is called indirect.
Same as Device, with the following additional requirements:
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Same as Device.
Revised 20 May, 2004
© Copyright Jonathan Turkanis, 2004
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