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Multistage interconnection networks (MINs) are widely used for reliable data communication in a tightly coupled large-scale multiprocessor system. High reliability of MINs can be achieved using fault tolerance techniques. The fault tolerance is generally achieved by disjoint paths available through multiple connectivity options. The gamma interconnection(More)
Multistage interconnection network (MIN) is an interconnection system consisting of multiple layers of interlinked switching elements arranged in a predefined topology allowing processor and memory modules to communicate with each other. Reliability evaluation for MINs is quite evident, as these measures provide user-oriented performance assessment.(More)
The sequential pattern mining on progressive databases is comparatively very new, in which progressively find out the sequential patterns in time of interest. Time of interest is a sliding window which is continuously move forwards as the time goes by. As the focus of sliding window changes, the new items are added to the dataset of interest and obsolete(More)
Main process of grid computing is Resources allocation and job scheduling. It aggregates heterogeneous resources distributed across Internet, regardless of differences between resources such as platform, hardware, software, architecture, language, and geographical location. Grid resource state monitoring cares about the running state, distribution, load,(More)
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