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This paper proposes multidestination message passing on wormhole k-ary n-cube networks using a new base-routing-conformed-path (BRCP) model. This model allows both unicast (single-destination) and multidestination messages to co-exist in a given network without leading to deadlock. The model is illustrated with several common routing schemes (deterministic,(More)
This paper proposes a novel concept of multidestination worm mechanism which allows a message to be propagated in a wormhole network conforming to the underlying base routing scheme (ecube, planar, turn, or fully adaptive). Using this model, any source has potential to deliver a message to multiple destinations in any valid path in the system conforming to(More)
This paper proposes a novel concept of multidestination message passing mechanism for wormhole k-ary n-cube networks. Similar to the familiar car-pool concept, this mechanism allows data to be delivered to or picked-up from multiple nodes with a single message-passing step. Such messages can propagate along any valid path in a wormhole network conforming to(More)
This paper proposes a novel concept of multidestination worm mechanism which allows a message to be propagated in a wormhole network conforming to the underlying base routing scheme (ecube, planar, turn, or fully adaptive). Using this model, any source has potential to deliver a message to multiple destinations in any valid path in the system conforming to(More)
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