Simulative Performance Analysis of Distributed Switching Fabrics for SCI-based Systems

This paper presents the results of a performance study on 1D and 2D k-ary n-cube switching fabrics for the Scalable Coherent Interface through high-fidelity simulation with analytical verification. These topologies have been widely cited in the literature as the target of studies on parallel algorithms and represent a promising basis for the design of efficient distributed switching fabrics for SCI. Performance is characterized for multiprocessor networks composed of simple SCI rings, counter-rotating SCI rings, unidirectional and bidirectional SCI tori, and SCI tori with rings of uniform size.

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