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Optimality of a Two-Phase Strategy for Routing in Interconnection Networks

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Valiant, L.G. ; Aiken Computation Laboratory, Harvard University

It is shown that for d-way shuffle graphs all oblivious algorithms for realizing permutations in logarithmic time send packets along routes twice as long as the diameter of the graph. This confirms the optimality of the strategy that sends packets to random nodes in a first phase and to the correct destinations in the second. For the shuffle-exchange graph the corresponding route length is shown to be strictly longer than for the 2-way shuffle.

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Computers, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:C-32 ,  Issue: 9 )