Issue No. 02 - February (1992 vol. 41)
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<p>Consideration is given to the impact of hot-spot contention in distributed-memory multicomputer systems. Since the binary hypercube network offers a reasonable compromise between network cost and performance, two hypercube-based static interconnection networks are considered. One is a standard binary hypercube and the other is a binary hypercube-based hierarchical interconnection network. The impact of hot-spot contention in both these networks is studied.</p>
binary hypercube networks; hot-spot contention; distributed-memory multicomputer systems; static interconnection networks; hierarchical interconnection network; hypercube networks; multiprogramming.
D. Eager and S. Dandamudi, "Hot-Spot Contention in Binary Hypercube Networks," in IEEE Transactions on Computers, vol. 41, no. , pp. 239-244, 1992.