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|Title:||Modeling the blocking probabilities of crosstalk-free optical MINs with vertical stacking|
|Citation:||2002 IEEE Region 10 International Conference on Computers, Communications, Control and Power Engineering : IEEE TENCOM'02 : October 28-31, 2002, Beijing, China / Yuan Baozong, Tang Xiaofang (eds.) ; sponsored by IEEE Region 10 ; co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Beijing Chapter ; organized by IEEE Beijing Section ; supported by Chinese Institute of Electronics (CIE) ... [et al], pp. 1166- 1169|
|Conference Name:||TENCOM 2002 (2002 : Beijing, China)|
|Xiaoliong Jiang; Khandker, Mu.R.; Hong Shen; Horiguchi, S.|
|Abstract:||Vertical stacking is a novel technique for creating nonblocking optical multistage interconnection networks (MINs). Available results indicate that under the crosstalk-free constraint, the hardware cost will be high for a strictly nonblocking banyan-type optical MIN built on the vertical stacking scheme. We study the blocking behaviors of this class of optical MINs from the probabilistic viewpoint, and establish an upper-bound and a lower-bound on the blocking probabilities under the crosstalk-free constraint. These bounds reveal the inherent relationship between the blocking probability and network cost in terms of the number of vertically stacked planes, and show quantitatively with a predictable quality of service (nonblocking probability) guarantee the trade-offs between blocking probability and hardware cost.|
|Description:||Copyright © 2002 IEEE|
|Appears in Collections:||Computer Science publications|
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