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Mathematics - Applications | Switching Networks: Recent Advances

Switching Networks: Recent Advances

Ding-Zhu Du, Hung Q. Ngo (Eds.)

2001, VIII, 357 p.

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  • About this book

The switching net.work is an important. classic research area in t.ele­ communication and comput.er net.works. It.s import.ancc st.ems from both theory and practice. In fact, some open problems, such as Benes conjec­ ture on shuffle-exchange networks and Chung-Rmis conjecture on multi­ rate rearrangeability, still attract many researchers and the further de­ velopment in optical networks requires advanced technology in optical switching networks. In 1997, we had a workshop in switching networks held in NSF Sci­ ence and Technology Center in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS), at Princeton University. This workshop was very successful. Many participants wished to have a similar activity every two or three years. This book is a result of such a wish. We are putting together SOllle important developments in this area during last. several years, including articles ill fault-tolerance, rearrang{~ability. non­ blocking, optical networks. random permutation generat.ioll. and layout complexity. SOlllC of thos(~ art ides are research papers alld SOIllC an' sur­ veys. All articles were reviewed. We would like to uWlItioll two special problems studied in those articles.

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Related subjects » Applications - Communication Networks - Information Systems and Applications - Theoretical Computer Science

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Foreword. Fault-tolerance for Switching Networks; J.D. Carpinelli, H. Nassar. Switching Networks for Generating Random Permutations; A. Czumaj, et al. Optical and Optoelectronic Interconnection Networks; S. Sahni. Wide-sense Nonblocking of 3-stage Clos Networks; D.-Z. Du, et al. Study of Wide-sense Nonblocking Switching Networks from the Approach of Upper Ideals; S.-Y. Kwok, S.-Y.R. Li. Nonblocking Routing Properties of Clos Networks; G.-H. Lin. Supporting Multicast Communication in Clos-Type Switching Networks; Y. Yang. The Number of Rearrangements in a 3-stage Clos Network Using an Auxiliary Switch; F.K. Hwang, W.-D. Lin. Periodic Shifting Networks; P. Kanarek, K. Lorys. Analysis of Shuffle-Exchange Networks under Permutation Traffic; H. Çam. Remarks on Benes Conjecture; H.Q. Ngo, D.-Z. Du. Layout Complexity of Bit-permuting Exchanges in Multi-stage Interconnection Networks; S.-Y.R. Li, H. Li. Multicast Switching Networks; D.S. Kim. Notes on the Complexity of Switching Networks; H.Q. Ngo, D.-Z. Du.

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