Partitioning Permutation Networks : the Underlying Theory

@inproceedings{SiegelPartitioningPN,
  title={Partitioning Permutation Networks : the Underlying Theory},
  author={Howard Jay Siegel}
}
—The age of the microcomputer has made feasible large-scale multiprocessor systems. In order to use this parallel processing power in the form of a flexible multiple-SIMD (MSIMD> system , the interconnection network must be parti-tionable and dynamically reconfigurable. The theory underlying the partitioning of MSIMD system permutation networks into independent subnet-works is explored. Conditions for determining if a network can be partitioned into independent subnetworks and the ways in which… CONTINUE READING

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