Comparative analysis of topological constructions of Sparse Flat Neighborhood Networks for cluster supercomputers
- 13 Downloads
The topology of Sparse Flat Neighborhood Networks (SFNNs) is considered and its advantages and drawbacks are analyzed. A comparative analysis of the quality of SFNN constructions designed by a modified cyclic method is performed. A set of quality criteria for estimation of practical usefulness of SFNN constructions is proposed.
Keywordssingle-level network sparse single-level network computing cluster
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.O. Koshul’ko and A. Koshul’ko, “High-performance computing clusters,” Electronic Components and Systems, No. 6, 39–41 (2004).Google Scholar
- 2.T. P. Mar’yanovich and O. A. Koshul’ko, “Use of the topology of Flat Neighborhood Networks for construction of cluster supercomputers,” Mat. Mashiny i Systemy, No. 4, 3–12 (2004).Google Scholar
- 3.H. G. Dietz and T. I. Mattox, “KLAT2’s Flat Neighborhood,” in: Proc. 4th Annual Linux Showcase and Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA. (2000), www.linuxshowcase.org.Google Scholar
- 4.D. M. Gordon, G. Kuperberg, and O. Patashnik, “New constructions for covering designs,” J. of Combinatorial Designs, No. 3, 269–284 (1995).Google Scholar