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Title: Communication Cost of a Matrix Product on Super-Hypercube Architecture
Authors: M. Amiripour
Hamid Abachi
Keywords: Communication Cost, Hypercube, Super Hypercube, Dynastatic, Matrix Product
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: High Performance Computing and Simulation, USA
Abstract: Processor allocation and the task scheduling technique in parallel processing systems play a significant role in improving the performance of a message-passing architecture. Adapting the right algorithms and further improvements in areas such as time complexity, execution time, speed up and synchronization mechanisms undoubtedly facilitates implementation of advanced applications on a parallel processing system. These applications include but are not limited to DNA computing, artificial immune systems and optical computing to name a few. This paper highlights the communication cost related to a Super-Hypercube topology for being a subclass of traditional Hypercube architecture. Furthermore, a particular reference is made to the mathematical modeling of Hypercube and Super-Hypercube architectures. Finally, graphical presentations are carried out based on mathematical calculations to address the advantage of Super-Hypercube topology.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/15040
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