A comparative study of job allocation and migration in the pancake network
Pancake networks are an attractive class of Cayley graphs functioning as a viable interconnection scheme for large multi-processor systems. The hierarchy of the pancake graph allows the assignment of its special subgraphs, which have the same topological features as the original graph, to a sequence of incoming jobs. We investigate the hierarchical structure of the pancake network and derive a job allocation scheme for assigning processors to incoming jobs. An algorithm is presented for job migration. Finally, we compare the assignment scheme to those derived previously for the star network and address the shortcomings of the pancake network.
Cayley graphs; Computer networks; Distributed operating systems (Computers); Parallel computers--Design and construction
Computer and Systems Architecture | Computer Engineering | Digital Communications and Networking | Electrical and Computer Engineering
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A comparative study of job allocation and migration in the pancake network.
Information Sciences, 177(11),