Congestion Free On-Chip Network Design Using An Agent-Based Management Method

@inproceedings{Raj2014CongestionFO,
  title={Congestion Free On-Chip Network Design Using An Agent-Based Management Method},
  author={Vivek Pandiya Raj and Kumar Raj},
  year={2014}
}
Congestion in on-chip networks may cause many drawbacks in multiprocessor systems including throughput reduction, increase in latency, and additional power consumption. Furthermore, conventional congestion control methods, employed for on-chip networks, cannot efficiently collect congestion information and distribute them over the on-chip network. In this paper, we present an on-chip network architecture that incorporates a novel agent-based management method to enhance the reliability and… CONTINUE READING

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