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Performance Analysis of a Multistage Interconnection Network System Based on a Minimum Cut Set Method

Volume 4, Number 2, April 2008 - Paper 2  - pp. 111 - 120

INDRA GUNAWAN

Department of Mechanical and Production Engineering Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

(Received on September 17, 2007)


Abstract:

An interconnection network system consists of layers of switching elements connected together in a predefined topology providing the connectivity between the set of processors and the set of memory modules. Performance analysis of a network system is important as it determines the usability and the efficiency of the network to provide services.  A shuffle-exchange network (SEN), a specific type of Multistage Interconnection Network (MIN) that consists of 2x2 switching elements, has been widely considered as a practical interconnection system.  This paper presents a network reliability model based on a minimum cut set method for SEN systems.  A general equation for large-scale network reliability is derived subsequently to reduce the complexity of the reliability analysis for the interconnection network system.

 

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