Dimensionality of interconnection network, Computer Engineering

Dimensionality of Interconnection Network

Dimensionality signify the arrangement of nodes or processing elements in an interconnection network. In linear network or one dimensional, nodes are attached in a linear fashion; in two dimensional network the processing elements (PE?s) are properly arranged in a grid and in cube network they are also arranged in a three dimensional network.

 

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