We analyze a new class of interconnection networks that are constructed by interlacing bypass rings to the torus network (iBT network). We establish the minimum conditions a bypass scheme needs to satisfy for generating a qualified iBT network and then we develop a recursive algorithm to calculate all of the qualified bypass schemes for a given network size and node degree. Our algorithm enables us to discover a class of the most efficient networks with up to 1 million nodes when considering the diameters of various iBT networks as a function of the bypass schemes. These analyses help achieve maximal performance improvement by the best bypass schemes.
- Average node-to-node distance
- Bypass ring
- Interconnect topology
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Applied Mathematics