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Cross-cube: a new fault tolerant hypercube-based network

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1 Author(s)
Haq, E. ; Landis & Gyr Syst. Inc., San Jose, CA, USA

A new hypercube based computer system called n-cross cube has been developed. An n-cross cube is composed of N=2n nodes and has a diameter equal to (n-1). Such a network has higher fault tolerance capability than an ordinary hypercube of same dimension. The cost of the proposed network is comparable with that of a hypercube. A ring/double ring of odd or even length and a complete binary tree of height n, can be embedded in such a network of dimension n. Moreover, all other geometries which can be embedded in an ordinary hypercube can also be embedded in the proposed network. Constant time routing and broadcasting algorithms for this type of networks have been developed

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Parallel Processing Symposium, 1991. Proceedings., Fifth International

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30 Apr-2 May 1991