Networking

One-to-All Broadcasting in Petersen-Torus Networks for SLA and MLA Models

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Executive Summary

In a network, broadcasting is the dissemination of a message from the originating node holding the message to all the rest of nodes through a call, that is, successful data transmission between nodes. Broadcasting algorithms can be divided into two types: one-to-all broadcasting, in which a message is transmitted from one node holding the message to all the rest of nodes, and all-to-all broadcasting, in which a message is transmitted from all nodes holding a particular message to all the rest of nodes. A broadcasting algorithm can be applied in many ways in several fields, such as management of shared variables for distributed programming, image processing, data copying in the databases of large-scale networks, and so on.

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