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Myrinet: A Gigabit-per-Second Local Area Network
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The Myrinet local area network employs the same technology used for packet communication and switching within massively parallel processors. Expand
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Deadlock-Free Message Routing in Multiprocessor Interconnection Networks
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A deadlock-free routing algorithm can be generated for arbitrary interconnection networks using the concept of virtual channels. Expand
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The torus routing chip
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The torus routing chip (TRC) is a selftimed chip that performs deadlock-freecut-through routing ink-aryn-cube multiprocessor interconnection networks using a new method of deadlock avoidance calledvirtual channels. Expand
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Multicomputers: message-passing concurrent computers
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A status report is provided on the architecture and programming of a family of concurrent computers that are organized as ensembles of small programmable computers called nodes, connected by a message-passing network, each with its own private memory. Expand
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The cosmic cube
  • C. Seitz
  • Computer Science, Physics
  • CACM
  • 2 January 1985
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Sixty-four computers are connected by a network of point-to-point communication channels in the plan of a binary 6-cube. Expand
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A framework for adaptive routing in multicomputer networks
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Message-passing concurrent computers, also known as multicomputers, consist of many computing nodes that interact with each other by sending and receiving messages over communication channels between the nodes. Expand
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Self-Timed VLSI Systems
This short paper is intended to explain why the subject of self-timed logic is relevant to a conference on VLSI. Scaling down feature size and scaling up chip area not only increases theExpand
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A family of routing and communication chips based on the Mosaic
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This paper describes the speciications, internal design, and performance characteristics of the latest series of Caltech Mesh-Routing Chips (MRCs), slack-protocol-conversion chips, and router-interface chips. Expand
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Integrating Spirituality and Religion Into Counseling: A Guide to Competent Practice
Book reviewed in this article: Craig S. Cashwell and J. Scott Young, Eds. (2005). Integrating Spirituality and Religion Into Counseling: A Guide to Competent Practice.
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