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A general mathematical performance model for wormhole-switched irregular networks
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A general mathematical performance model for wormhole-switched irregular networks

Moraveji, R.

  1. DOI:10.1007/s10586-009-0084-0
  2. Main Entry: Moraveji, R.
  3. Title:A general mathematical performance model for wormhole-switched irregular networks.
  4. Publisher:2009.
  5. Abstract:Irregular topologies are desirable network structures for building scalable cluster systems and very recently they have also been employed in SoC (system-on-chip) design. Many analytical models have been proposed in the literature to evaluate the performance of networks with different topologies such as hypercube, torus, mesh, hypermesh, Cartesian product networks, star graph, and k-ary n-cube; however, to the best of our knowledge, no mathematical model has been presented for irregular networks. Therefore, as an effort to fill this gap, this paper presents a comprehensive mathematical model for fully adaptive routing in wormhole-switched irregular networks. Moreover, since our approach holds no assumption for the network topology, the proposed analytical model covers all the aforementioned models (i.e. it covers both regular and irregular topologies). Furthermore, the model makes no preliminary assumption about the deadlock-free routing algorithm applied to the network. Finally, besides the generality of the model regarding the topology and routing algorithm, our analysis shows that the analytical model exhibits high accuracy which enables it to be used for almost all topologies with all traffic loads. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2009
  6. Notes:Sharif Repository
  7. Subject:Analytical modeling.
  8. Subject:Computing clusters.
  9. Subject:Irregular networks.
  10. Subject:Performance evaluation.
  11. Subject:Routing.
  12. Subject:Analytical modeling.
  13. Subject:Computing clusters.
  14. Subject:Irregular networks.
  15. Subject:Performance evaluation.
  16. Subject:Routing.
  17. Subject:Application specific integrated circuits.
  18. Subject:Computer science.
  19. Subject:Computer simulation.
  20. Subject:Electric network topology.
  21. Subject:Models.
  22. Subject:Programmable logic controllers.
  23. Subject:Routing algorithms.
  24. Subject:Switching circuits.
  25. Subject:Mathematical models.
  26. Added Entry:Moinzadeh, P.
  27. Added Entry:Sarbazi Azad, H.
  28. Added Entry:Sharif University of Technology.
  29. Source: Cluster Computing ; Volume 12, Issue 3 , 2009 , Pages 285-297 ; 13867857 (ISSN)
  30. Web Site:https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10586-009-0084-0

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