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12 The Omega network for N ¼ 8. elements. The switch nodes in the NYU Ultracomputer are provided with queues (queue lengths of 8 to 10 messages) to handle messages collision at the switch. The system achieves one-cycle processor to memory access. 4 Blockage in Multistage Interconnection Networks A number of classiﬁcation criteria exist for MINs. Among these criteria is the criterion of blockage. According to this criterion, MINs are classiﬁed as follows. Blocking Networks Blocking networks possess the property that in the presence of a currently established interconnection between a pair of input/output, the arrival of a request for a new interconnection between two arbitrary unused input and output may or may not be possible.
TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine ! 8 The PM2I network for N ¼ 8 (a), PM2þ0 for N ¼ 8; (b) PM2þ1 for N ¼ 8; and (c) PM2þ2 for N ¼ 8. bounds on the time required for the network in the row to simulate the network in the column (see the exercise at the end of the chapter). 3 Network Simulation Time for Three Networks PM2I Cube Shufﬂe – Exchange Simulation Time PM2I Cube Shufﬂe – Exchange Lower Upper Lower Upper Lower Upper 1 1 k k 2k 2 1 2k 2 2 1 1 kþ1 kþ1 k kþ1 k k 1 1 TEAM LinG - Live, Informative, Non-cost and Genuine !
100 in order to satisfy connection 101 ! 001. connection 110 ! 100, it will not be possible to establish the connection 101 ! 001 unless the connection 110 ! 100 is rearranged as shown in part (b) of the ﬁgure. Nonblocking Networks Nonblocking networks are characterized by the property that in the presence of a currently established connection between any pair of input/output, it will always be possible to establish a connection between any arbitrary unused pair of input/output. The Clos is a well-known example of nonblocking networks.