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Novel Correlation Parallel Network using Exchanged Cross Cube

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In communication networks, Exchanged cross cube network is a new type of data network that makes use of cutting edge technology from several research areas to solve some problems current networks are faced with. The interconnection network plays an important role in large-scale parallel systems, because there is usually a need for one processor to communicate with other processors when a collection of processors execute a program in parallel to solve problems. Much of the computation power is wasted if the processors spend a considerable amount of time in communication, such as routing and broadcasting. Thus, it is necessary for the processors to communicate efficiently with one another, and such efficient inter-processor communication requires the support from a carefully designed interconnection network.
Keywords:Interconnection networks, hypercube, exchanged crossed cube, inter processor communication, parallel computation


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