Router Architectures Exploiting Input-Queued Cell-Based Switching Fabrics

@inproceedings{Marsan2001RouterAE,
  title={Router Architectures Exploiting Input-Queued Cell-Based Switching Fabrics},
  author={Marco Ajmone Marsan and Andrea Bianco and Paolo Giaccone and Emilio Leonardi and Fabio Neri},
  booktitle={QoS-IP},
  year={2001}
}
Input queued and combined input/output queued switching architectures must be controlled by a scheduling algorithm, which solves contention in the transfer of data units to switch outputs. We consider the case of packet switches (or routers), i.e., devices operating on variable-size data units at their interfaces, assuming that they internally operate on fixed-size data units, and we propose novel extensions of known scheduling algorithms for input queued and combined input/output queued… CONTINUE READING
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