Least Common Ancestor Networks

@inproceedings{Scherson1993LeastCA,
  title={Least Common Ancestor Networks},
  author={Isaac D. Scherson and Chi-Kai Chien},
  booktitle={IPPS},
  year={1993}
}
Least Common Ancestor Networks (LCANs) are introduced and shown to be a class of networks that include fat-trees, baseline networks, SW-banyans and the router networks of the TRAC 1.1 and 2.0, and the CM-5. Some LCAN properties are stated and the permutation routing capabilities of an important subclass are analyzed. Simulation results for three permutation classes verify the accuracy of an iterative solution for a randomized routing strategy.