Cristobal Camarero

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Current High-Performance Computing (HPC) and data center networks rely on large-radix routers. Hamming graphs (Cartesian products of complete graphs) and dragonflies (two-level direct networks with nodes organized in groups) are some direct topologies proposed for such networks. The original definition of the dragonfly topology is very loose, with several(More)
—Dragonfly networks have been recently proposed for the interconnection network of forthcoming exascale supercom-puters. Relying on large-radix routers, they build a topology with low diameter and high throughput, divided into multiple groups of routers. While minimal routing is appropriate for uniform traffic patterns, adversarial traffic patterns can(More)
A construction of 2-quasi-perfect Lee codes is given over the space Z n p for p prime, p ≡ ±5 (mod 12) and n = 2[ p 4 ]. It is known that there are infinitely many such primes. Golomb and Welch conjectured that perfect codes for the Lee-metric do not exist for dimension n ≥ 3 and radius r ≥ 2. This conjecture was proved to be true for large radii as well as(More)
Twisted torus topologies have been proposed as an alternative to toroidal rectangular networks, improving distance parameters and providing network symmetry. However, twisting is apparently less amenable to task mapping algorithms of real life applications. In this paper we make an analytical study of different mapping and concentration techniques on 2D(More)
The interconnection network comprises a significant portion of the cost of large parallel computers, both in economic terms and power consumption. Several previous proposals exploit large-radix routers to build scalable low-distance topologies with the aim of minimizing these costs. However , they fail to consider potential unbalance in the network(More)