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Broadcast and Multicast :

Broadcast and Multicast :In the broadcast interconnection network, at one time one node transfer the data and all other nodes get that data.  Broadcast is one to all mapping.  It is the execution achieved by SIMD computer systems.  Message passing multi-computers also has broadcast networks.  In multicast network many nodes are concurrently allowed to transfer  the data and multiple nodes get the data. 

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