The Necessary Conditions for Clos-Type Nonblocking Multicast Networks

@inproceedings{Yang1996TheNC,
  title={The Necessary Conditions for Clos-Type Nonblocking Multicast Networks},
  author={Yuanyuan Yang and Gerald M. Masson},
  booktitle={IPPS},
  year={1996}
}
Efficient interconnection networks are critical to the perfor mance of large communication systems and parallel and distribut computing systems with hundreds or thousands of communica components. The well-known Clos network or v(m;n; r) network can be extended to provide full one-to-many or multicast capabili In this paper, we consider several typical routing control strategie for Clos-type nonblocking multicast networks, and derive the ne essary conditions under which this type of network is… CONTINUE READING
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