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Extended Hypercube: A Hierarchical Interconnection Network of Hypercubes
January 1992 (vol. 3 no. 1)
pp. 45-57
A new interconnection topology-the extended hypercube-consisting of an interconnection network of k-cubes is discussed. The extended hypercube is a hierarchical, expansive, recursive structure with a constant predefined building block. The extended hypercube retains the positive features of the k-cube at different levels of hierarchy and at the same time has some additional advantages like reduced diameter and constant degree of a node. The paper presents an introduction to the topology of the extended hypercube and analyzes its architectural potential in terms of message routing and executing a classof highly parallel algorithms. Topological properties and performance studies of the extended hypercube are presented.

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Index Terms:
Index Termshierarchical interconnection network; interconnection topology; extended hypercube;recursive structure; message routing; parallel algorithms; hypercube networks; parallelalgorithms
Citation:
J.M. Kumar, L.M. Patnaik, "Extended Hypercube: A Hierarchical Interconnection Network of Hypercubes," IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 45-57, Jan. 1992, doi:10.1109/71.113081
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