Milos Ohlídal

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In this paper, we describe two evolutionary algorithms aimed at scheduling collective communications on interconnection networks of parallel computers. To avoid contention for links and associated delays, collective communications proceed in synchronized steps. Minimum number of steps is sought for the given network topology, wormhole (pipelined) switching,(More)
The paper addresses the important issue related to communication performance of networks on chip (NoCs), namely the complexity of collective communications measured by a required number of algorithmic steps. Three NoC topologies are investigated, a ring network, Octagon and 2D-mesh, due to their easy manufacturability on a chip. The lower complexity bounds(More)
The paper addresses general many-to-many collective communications, whose scheduling may be needed when writing application-specific communication routines or communication libraries. Optimum schedules with the number of steps equal or close to theoretical lower bounds are designed with the use of evolutionary algorithms. Optimization is carried out for a(More)
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