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Fault-tolerance and network routing have been among the most widely studied topics in the research of parallel processing and computer networking. A fault- tolerant routing algorithm should guarantee the delivery of messages in the presence of faulty components. In this paper, we present a comparative performance study of nine prominent fault-tolerant(More)
One of the fundamental problems in parallel computing is how to efficiently perform routing in a faulty network each component of which fails with some probability. This paper presents a comparative performance study of ten prominent adaptive fault-tolerant routing algorithms in wormhole-switched 2D mesh interconnect networks. These networks carry a routing(More)
High performance, reliability, transient and permanentfault-tolerance, and low energy consumption are majorobjectives of Networks-on-Chip (NoCs). Since,different applications impose various communicationrequirements in NoCs, a number of research studieshave revealed that the performance advantages ofrouting schemes are more noticeable on powerconsumption(More)
Evidence shows that suppliers refrain from investing in energy efficiency (EE) measures because they fear that a buyer with greater bargaining power will use the EE-related cost reductions to push prices down, in the purchase bargaining process, and thereby further reduce the supplier's profit margin. Suppliers are also discouraged from EE investment by the(More)
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