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Design and analysis of product networks

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Youssef, A. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng. & Comput. Sci., George Washington Univ., Washington, DC, USA

In this paper a unified theory of Cartesian product networks is developed. Product networks (PN) include meshes, tori, and hypercubes among others. This paper studies the fundamental issues of topological properties, cost-performance ratio optimization, scalability, routing, embedding, and fault tolerance properties of PNs. In particular, the degree, diameter, average distance, connectivity, and node-symmetry of PNs are related to those of their constituent factor networks. Cost/performance analysis and comparison between different PNs, especially n-dimensional meshes/tori and n-dimensional r-ary hypercubes, are conducted, and the optimal trade-off between the number of dimensions and the size along each dimension are identified. Fast generic algorithms for point-to-point routing, broadcasting and permuting on PNs are designed, making use of the corresponding algorithms of the factor networks. Finally, efficient embeddings on PNs are constructed for linear arrays, rings, meshes, tori and trees

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Frontiers of Massively Parallel Computation, 1995. Proceedings. Frontiers '95., Fifth Symposium on the

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6-9 Feb 1995

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