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HiPER: A Compact Narrow Channel Router with Hop-by-Hop Error Correction

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HiPER: A Compact Narrow Channel Router with Hop-by-Hop Error Correction
Multiprocessor architectures demand efficient interprocessor communication to maximize system utilization and performance. To meet future demands, these interconnects must communicate at significantly higher speeds while operating more efficiently to meet system size, weight, power, and energy requirements. As high-performance parallel computing architectures make their way into portable systems, compact, efficient, and error-tolerant computing and communication mechanisms will be required. This paper presents the High-Performance Efficient Router (HiPER), an efficient multidimensional router supporting high-throughput errorcorrected communication channels. HiPER is a proof-of-concept vehicle for efficient implementations of routing, switching, and error control mechanisms. It combines mad postman (bit-pipelined) switching with dimension-order routing, producing a low-latency routing router that is less sensitive to message distance than a word parallel crossbar router. To maintain rob...
Phil May, Santithorn Bunchua, D. Scott Wills
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where TPDS
Authors Phil May, Santithorn Bunchua, D. Scott Wills
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