By Indra Gunawan
This booklet offers basics of reliability engineering with its purposes in comparing reliability of multistage interconnection networks. within the first a part of the e-book, it introduces the idea that of reliability engineering, components of chance conception, likelihood distributions, availability and information research. the second one a part of the ebook presents an outline of parallel/distributed computing, network layout concerns, and extra. The ebook covers a accomplished reliability engineering tools and its useful points within the interconnection community platforms. scholars, enginee. �Read more...
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Additionally, the number of physical connections of a node is limited by hardware constraints such as the number of available pins and the available wiring area. These engineering and scaling difficulties preclude the use of such fully connected networks even for small network sizes. As a consequence, many topologies have been proposed, trying to balance performance and some cost parameters. In these topologies, messages may have to traverse some intermediate nodes before reaching the destination node.
For direct networks, the ideal topology would connect every node to every other node. No message would even have to pass through an intermediate node before reaching its destination. This fully connected topology requires a router with N links (including the internal one) for a network with N nodes. Therefore, the cost is prohibitive for networks of moderate Introduction to Network Systems 51 to large size. Additionally, the number of physical connections of a node is limited by hardware constraints such as the number of available pins and the available wiring area.
It is desirable for a network to accommodate a large number of components while maintaining low communication latency. As the number of components increases, the number of wires needed to interconnect them also increases. Packaging these components together usually requires meeting certain physical constraints, such as operating temperature control, wiring length limitation, and space limitation. Two major implementation problems in large networks are the arrangement of wires in a limited area and the number of pins per chip (or board) dedicated to communication channels.
Fundamentals of reliability engineering : applications in multistage interconnection networks by Indra Gunawan