Ever since we first revealed the Qubic protocol we have been asked to go into more detail about the inner workings of the Qubic Computation Model. This is the first, in a series of blog posts, that will attempt to do exactly that. So fasten your seat belt, it’s going to be an interesting ride!

There is a lot of ground to cover, and we will for now ignore the higher level Qubic protocol concepts like Assemblies, Quorums, or even the IOTA Tangle. Instead, we will first look at how Qubic programs are being executed using a structured functional dataflow language specification called Abra, and discuss the basic concepts used in Abra.

In future installments we will examine Qupla, a Qubic Programming Language, which is the first implementation of the Abra specification, and look at Qupla’s basic entities, functions, expressions, operations, and some programming examples. After that we will examine the part of a Qubic-enabled node (Q-node) that initiates and facilitates the actual processing of a qubic task: the Qubic Supervisor.

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Source: https://thebitcoinnews.com/explaining-the-qubic-computation-model-part-1/