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Topological Properties of Hierarchical Interconnection Networks: A Review and Comparison

Mostafa Abd-El-Barr, Turki F. Al-Somani
2011 Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering  
The first class includes Hierarchical Cubic Networks, Hierarchical Completely Connected Networks, and Triple-based Hierarchical Interconnection Networks.  ...  The second HINs class includes Modular Fault-Tolerant Hypercube Networks and Hierarchical Fault-Tolerant Interconnection Network.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the support of Kuwait University and Al Baha University.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2011/189434 fatcat:kzljlcwa5rb4hdxfjhxsuumou4

Measurement and Analysis of MANET Resilience with Fault Tolerance Strategies

Weiqiang Wu, Ning Huang, Lina Sun, Xiaolu Zheng
2017 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
Firstly, through analyzing the features of fault tolerance strategies that deployed on physical and logical layers of network, we built a hierarchical network model to describe the resilience impact of  ...  Resilience is usually considered as the ability of network fault tolerance.  ...  This conclusion will inspire that although combining any physical and logical fault tolerance strategies as a hybrid fault tolerance strategy could improve the resilience of network, selecting a property  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/9806365 fatcat:72srow6y5vhojirx5coxlzhxvq

Cost-efficient reconfigurable geometrical bus interconnection system for many-core platforms

Tirumale Ramesh, Khalid Abed
2021 International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems (IJRES)  
We present four geometrical interconnect configurations and provide their characterization in terms of memory bandwidth, cost per bandwidth and bus fault tolerance for various system sizes.  ...  In this paper, we propose a cost efficient generalized reconfigurable bus-based interconnection for many-core system with reduced number of bus connections.  ...  Earliest work on reduced bus connection schemes [31] showed general theorems and properties for the scheme.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijres.v10.i2.pp77-89 fatcat:g2oumox6sretjodxhph7n3enbe

A Vascular-Network-Based Nonuniform Hierarchical Fault-Tolerant Routing Algorithm for Wireless Sensor Networks

Hongbing Li, Peng Gao, Qingyu Xiong, Weiren Shi, Qiang Chen
2012 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
According to the distribution characteristics of the vascular network and inspirations to the fault tolerance for wireless sensor networks, a mathematical model and network topology are, respectively,  ...  It introduces the normalized values of the pheromone generated by the ants as the selection probabilities of transmitting paths to establish the hierarchical routing.  ...  mechanism is used to complete the fault diagnosis.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2012/981380 fatcat:42ln2govvzfqplnvz4vgevrqmq

Swapped interconnection networks: Topological, performance, and robustness attributes

Behrooz Parhami
2005 Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing  
ensures its regularity, modularity, packageability, fault tolerance, and algorithmic efficiency.  ...  Interconnection architectures range from complete networks, that have a diameter of D = 1 but are impractical except when the number n of nodes is small, to low-cost, minimally connected ring networks  ...  We then discuss certain structural and fault-tolerance properties of swapped networks in Sections 4 and 5, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jpdc.2005.05.002 fatcat:het6hd2745gclbooatbb2qj4yq

Aspen trees

Meg Walraed-Sullivan, Amin Vahdat, Keith Marzullo
2013 Proceedings of the ninth ACM conference on Emerging networking experiments and technologies - CoNEXT '13  
We explore the tradeo s between fault tolerance, scalability and network size, and propose a range of modi ed multi-rooted tree topologies that provide signi cantly reduced convergence time while retaining  ...  most of the traditional fat tree's desirable properties.  ...  To precisely specify the fault tolerance properties of Aspen trees, we introduce a Fault Tolerance Vector (FTV), which quanti es reactivity by indicating the quality and locations of added fault tolerance  ... 
doi:10.1145/2535372.2535383 dblp:conf/conext/Walraed-SullivanVM13 fatcat:33esu4elzjguhgwfhvcxsltig4

REPLICATION-BASED COST SCHEDULING STRATEGY FOR FAULT TOLERANCE IN DISTRIBUTED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

O. O. BAMGBOYE, O. FOLORUNSO, A. T. AKINWALE, G. A. ADEBAYO
2016 Journal of Natural Sciences, Engineering and Technology  
This paper presents a fault tolerance system in order to resolve the problem of the DKM.  ...  This result showed that the system guarantees the fault tolerance of each knowledge node in a DKMS.ª¤?  ...  It also attempts to verify the property of each of the active knowledge service replica in a fault tolerance system.  ... 
doi:10.51406/jnset.v14i1.1487 fatcat:zze3ywkiw5bb7iq3kpbmok7yle

Peer-to-Peer Architecture for Collaborative Intrusion and Malware Detection on a Large Scale [chapter]

Mirco Marchetti, Michele Messori, Michele Colajanni
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The complexity of modern network architectures and the epidemic diffusion of malware require collaborative approaches for defense.  ...  Load balancing properties, ability to tolerate churn, self-organization capabilities and scalability are demonstrated through a prototype integrating different open source defensive software.  ...  Hierarchical Architecture Fault Tolerance The completely distributed nature of the proposed architecture is inherently fault tolerant, and lacks single points of failure that are typical of hierarchical  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04474-8_37 fatcat:2ytrbjpxsfehte25fevnarjkkq

Reliability and performance of multi-level loop computer networks

K.D. Heidtmann
1992 [Proceedings] IEEE INFOCOM '92: The Conference on Computer Communications  
AESTRACT Single-loop networks tend to become unreliable and tardy when the number of nodes in the network becomes large. Fault tolerance and performance can be improved using double-loops.  ...  Multi-level hierarchical loop networks have minimal diameter when the number of nodes in the subnetworks is proportional to the root of the number of all attached stations.  ...  In this section 2 we discussed the fault tolerance of hierarchical loop networks.  ... 
doi:10.1109/infcom.1992.263468 dblp:conf/infocom/Heidtmann92 fatcat:4gw2ogee7zfwxdbeangs2kizli

Generic Platform for Failure Recovery in Survivable Trees

V. Dynda
2005 Acta Polytechnica  
We outline a generic failure recovery platform for preplanned tree restoration which meets those requirements, and we focus primarily on its completeness and correctness properties.  ...  Failure recovery is a fundamental task of the dependable systems needed to achieve fault-tolerant communications, smooth operation of system components and a comfortable user interface.  ...  branching factor of the failed nodes, and d max is an optional parameter proportional to the provided fault-tolerance.  ... 
doaj:72c6cf01a160476e91af9d5ee80f17d6 fatcat:rp2dglvx55gohj7baj7hgmq5di

Essential Fault-Tolerance Metrics for NoC Infrastructures

Cristian Grecu, Lorena Anghel, Partha P. Pande, Andre Ivanov, Resve Saleh
2007 13th IEEE International On-Line Testing Symposium (IOLTS 2007)  
Fault-tolerant design of Network-on-chip communication architectures requires the addressing of issues pertaining to different elements described at different levels of design abstraction -these may be  ...  paper, we provide a top-down view of fault-tolerance methods for NoC infrastructures, and present a range of metrics used for estimating their quality.  ...  We have presented a unified view of fault-tolerant methods for NoC subsystems, with hierarchical partitioning that makes possible mapping the elements of a FT implementation on the generic layered structure  ... 
doi:10.1109/iolts.2007.31 dblp:conf/iolts/GrecuAPIS07 fatcat:yciftxongrf7da4hlrwvvqso5e

Self Organized Replica Overlay Scheme for P2P Networks

Shashi Bhushan, Mayank Dave, R. B. Patel
2012 International Journal of Computer Network and Information Security  
This scheme is highly fault tolerant (tolerate up to 1 n  faults) due to replication of data and inherits the best property of Read-One-Write-All (ROWA) protocol in a dynamic environment of P2P network  ...  This scheme organizes replicas in a Self Organized Hierarchical Logical Structure (SOHLS) that has special properties.  ...  degree of intersection among consecutive quorums, reduced network traffic and should be highly fault tolerant.  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijcnis.2012.10.02 fatcat:ghjqvqiddrcezdy4wsr27ybpdm

Paths to stardom

Mihai Lupu, Beng Chin Ooi, Y. C. Tay
2008 Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGMOD international conference on Management of data - SIGMOD '08  
These procedures largely depend on how nodes are connected to each other. So far, limited attempts have been made to compare all these systems in a generalized framework.  ...  The specific requirements of Peer-based Data Management Systems (PDMS), such as query completeness, range queries, load balancing, communication overhead, and scalability are strongly related to the properties  ...  Acknowledgments The research of Mihai Lupu and Beng Chin Ooi was in part funded by ASTAR SERC Grant 072 101 0017.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1376616.1376646 dblp:conf/sigmod/LupuOT08 fatcat:gthrnriofbe6pdtj6ykipujpv4

The Hamiltonicity of swapped (OTIS) networks built of Hamiltonian component networks

Behrooz Parhami
2005 Information Processing Letters  
A simple rule for intercluster connectivity (node j in cluster i connected to node i in cluster j for all i = j ) leads to regularity, modularity, packageability, fault tolerance, and algorithmic efficiency  ...  This general closure property for Hamiltonicity under swap or OTIS composition replaces a number of proofs in the literature for specific basis networks and obviates the need for proving Hamiltonicity  ...  Introduction A number of structural properties of interconnection networks are of interest in parallel and distributed computation because they lead to important fault tolerance and performance attributes  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipl.2005.05.009 fatcat:dxymjt4e35cuzpsczmofqwyfs4

Fault Management in a Multicast Routing Environment [chapter]

Mohamed Dâfir Ech-Cherif Kettani, Younes Souissi
2000 Managing QoS in Multimedia Networks and Services  
We put the emphasis on scalability issues, due to the hierarchical structure of the network, such as the Internet.  ...  A fault tolerant approach at the routing level will allow more reliability at the network and service levels.  ...  A fault tolerant approach at the routing level will allow more reliability associated to such network protocols.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35532-0_9 fatcat:zx5thiuutbcrzck5v5i64gtub4
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