A regular interconnection network for large distributed systems which is indicated as Rn is presented, we call it Rn. This interconnection network is based on a mixed radix number system. The system topology is formed by complete graph product and consists of N = n! points, n(n-1)n!/4 lines and is regular of degree n(n-1)/2. The performance of such network is measured through an analysis of its degree, diameter, connectivity, fault tolerance, routing algorithm and reliability. A number of interesting properties of this network are revealed. Those include its average message distance which is approximately equal to (n-Hn), (Hn is the nth Harmonic number), the number of point disjoint paths (n(n-1)/2), and an attractive routing algorithm that is similar to Boolean hypercube. Finally, we show that it posseses super-λ property. The reliability of Rn can also be readily obtained.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Microprocessing and Microprogramming|
|Publication status||Published - 1991 Aug|
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