A New Addressing Schema for Mapping Honeycomb into Different Topologies
Alia Taha Sabri.
In a parallel system, nodes communicate with each other by exchanging messages. Different topologies exist for arranging processors in a network based on the architecture of the network; or based on the fact that a network is a multiprocessor or multi computer network. A honeycomb network is considered as a multiprocessor / multi-computer interconnection network where each node represents a processor/computer and each line represents a link between two computers. In this paper a new addressing schema is presented for the honeycomb network; which can be used in many levels. The rest of the paper defines some methods of mapping the honeycomb into bus, tree, grid in addition to a proposed cluster-based architecture. Mapping the honeycomb requires however some compromising; such as ignoring some links or adding others. Recent patent and research advances aim to find methods for reducing the complexity of mapping honeycomb into other topologies.
Keywords: ADDRESSING SCHEMA, Grid architecture, honeycomb networks, parallel system, Mapping Honeycomb, Honeycomb addressing schema, multi-processor systems, BINARY TREE, cluster-based network
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