Node placement optimization in ShuffleNets

  title={Node placement optimization in ShuffleNets},
  author={Kwan Lawrence Yeung and Tak-Shing Peter Yum},
  journal={IEEE/ACM Trans. Netw.},
Node placement problem in ShuffleNets is a combinatorial optimization problem. In this paper an efficient node placement algorithm, called the gradient algorithm, is proposed. A communication cost function between a node pair is defined and the gradient algorithm places the node pairs one by one, based on the gradient of the cost function. Then two lower bounds on the traffic weighted mean internodal distanceh are proposed. The performance of the gradient algorithm is compared to the lower… CONTINUE READING
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