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Title: Embedding meshes and TORUS networks onto degree-four chordal rings
Authors: Fang, J. F.;Hsiao, Ju-Yuan;Tang, C. Y.
Contributors: 資訊工程系
Keywords: Degree-four chordal rings;Embedding;Illiac networks;Torus networks
Date: 1998
Issue Date: 2012-05-02T09:37:01Z
Publisher: Institute of Electrical Engineers
Abstract: Degree-four chordal rings demonstrate many attractive properties, such as node symmetry, constant degree, O(√N) diameter and the ability to interconnect an arbitrary number of nodes. The authors study the abilities of degree-four chordal rings to execute parallel programs using graph-embedding techniques. Since many algorithms have been designed for meshes and TORUS networks, the issue of embedding meshes and TORUS networks onto degree-four chordal rings is addressed. Mapping functions, simple and snake-like, of embedding meshes and TORUS networks onto the degree-four chordal rings is discussed in detail. It is shown that the ILLIAC network is a special class of the degree-four chordal ring. Topological properties are investigated, such as diameter and average distance of ILLIAC networks and optimal degree-four chordal rings, another special class of degree-four chordal rings. Comparisons of ILLIAC networks and optimal chordal rings in these embedding issues are given
Relation: IEE Proceeding-Computers and Digital Techniques, 145(2): 73-80
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