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This paper investigates the fault tolerance of Mirrored k-Ary n-Tree (MiKANT) networks with link faulty. The MiKANT network is a variant of the traditional k-ary n-tree (Fat-tree) and Clos networks. It doubles the number of compute nodes of the fat-tree by adding a few switches and links and has a shorter average distance to reduce the packet latency. As the scale of MiKANT becomes larger, the probability of link faulty becomes higher. In order to improve the successful routing ratio of MiKANT,doi:10.15803/ijnc.11.2_140 fatcat:wdkqxbddnnhy3btarfogrsd7ie