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Two paths between a source node and a destination node in a network are node-disjoint if they do not share any nodes except the end points. Node-disjoint paths have numerous uses in distributed systems including ways to deal with lost, damaged or altered messages during delivery. Many topologies such as hypercube, star networks, and their variants have been proposed, providing multiple disjoint paths between a pair of endpoints. The exchanged hypercube is a new topology that is obtained bydoi:10.7763/jacn.2015.v3.138 fatcat:kaoove3oyjfljmpfuzv2ezaque