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Simulation of hypercube architectures using Network II.5

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2 Author(s)
Mason, P.D. ; Eng. Math. & Comput. Sci., Louisville Univ., KY, USA ; Elmaghraby, A.S.

A series of simulations comparing different hypercube architectures for application in a network configuration of personal computers (PCs) is described. The study was done using Network II.5, a simulation package for networking and processing, to simulate various levels of hypercube architectures. The data are used to analyze the various levels of hypercube programming (N=1 to 4) for comparison with a single- and multiple-user microcomputer. Implementation includes an application communications program running on a PC that uses message passing as a form of control between other computers in the hypercube network

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Southeastcon '90. Proceedings., IEEE

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1-4 Apr 1990