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Work-Optimal Two-Phase Routing in a Sparse Optical Torus




Julkaisun tekijät: Honkanen R, Leppänen V
Kustantaja: ACM
Julkaisuvuosi: 2012
Kirjan nimi *: Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies
Sarjan nimi: ACM ICPS
Volyymi: 630
Sivujen määrä: 7

Tiivistelmä
In this paper we present an all-optical network architecture and a two-phase routing protocol for it. The layered sparse optical torus (LSOT) of degree d consists of n x n nodes at the layer 1, where n = d**2. Processors are deployed diagonally at each i'th diagonal. The overall number of processors is then P = d**3. Additionally a LSOT consists of d**2 d x d subnetworks at the layer 2. Routing is based on the scheduled transmission of packets and wavelength-division multiplexing. The routing protocol ensures that no electro-optical conversion is needed at the intermediate nodes and all the packets injected into the routing machinery reach their targets without collisions. A work optimal routing of h-relation is achieved with the size of h in θ(P).


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