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Memory-bandwidth performance of the sliding-window based routers/switches
TLDR
For the parameter-i assignment, the assignment scheme-2 has improved the performance in terms of worst-case memory-bandwidth requirement compared to that of assignment schemes-1.
Impact of scan-planes on memory-bandwidth of the sliding-window switch
  • S. Kumar, T. Doganer
  • Computer Science
    HPSR. Workshop on High Performance Switching and…
  • 12 May 2005
TLDR
It is shown in a simplified way, that a fixed size common memory space of a sliding window switch can be configured in more than one way using different scan-plane configurations, and by increasing the number of scan-planes, the memory-bandwidth requirement of theswitch can be decreased.
The Sliding-Window Switch56
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