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Embedding hyperpyramids into hypercubes

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Ho, C.-T. ; IBM Research Division, Almaden Research Center, 650 Hany Road, San Jose, California 95120, USA ; Johnsson, S.L.

A ̂P(k, d) hyperpyramid is a level structure of k hypercubes, where the hypercube at level i is of dimension id, and a node at level i - 1 is connected to every node in a d-dimensional subcube at level i, except for the leaf level k. Hyperpyramids contain pyramids as proper subgraphs. We show that a hyperpyramid P(k, d) can be embedded in a hypercube with minimal expansion and dilation = d. The congestion is bounded from above by ⌈(2d - 1)/d⌉ and from below by 1 + ⌈(2d - d)/(kd + 1)⌉. We also present embeddings of a hyperpyramid ̂(k, d) together with (2d - 2) hyperpyramids ̂(k - 1, d) such that only one hypercube node is unused. The dilation of the embedding is d + 1, with a congestion of O(2d). A corollary is that a complete n-ary tree can be embedded in a hypercube with dilation = max(2,⌈log2 n⌉) and expansion = equation (n - 1)/(nk+1 - 1).

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:38 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 1994

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