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Characterization of Static/Dynamic Topological Routing for Grid Networks

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Characterization of Static/Dynamic Topological Routing for Grid Networks
Grid or 2D Mesh structures are becoming one of the most attractive network topologies to study. They can be used in many different fields raging from future broadband networks to multiprocessors structures. In addition, the high requirements of future services and applications demand more flexible and adaptive networks. Topological routing in grid networks is a simple and efficient alternative to traditional routing techniques, e.g. routing tables, and the paper extends this kind of routing providing a "Dynamic" attribute. This new property attempts to improve the overall network performance for future necessities.
José M. Gutiérrez López, Rub&
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Type Journal
Year 2009
Where ICN
Authors José M. Gutiérrez López, Rubén Cuevas Rumín, Tahir M. Riaz, Jens Myrup Pedersen, Ole Brun Madsen
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