Networking

Design and Reliability Analysis of New Fault-Tolerant Irregular Multistage Interconnection Network

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Executive Summary

Parallel processing is an efficient form of information processing system, which emphasizes the exploitation of concurrent events in the computing process. To achieve parallel processing it's required to develop more capable and cost-effective systems .In order to operate more efficiently a network is required to handle large amount of traffic. Multi-stage Interconnection Network plays a vital role on the performance of these multiprocessor systems. In this paper an attempt has been made to analyze the characteristics of a new class of irregular fault-tolerant multistage interconnection network named as Irregular Modified Augmented Baseline Network (IMABN). IMABN can provide 'Full access' capability in presence of multiple faults.

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