Topological Properties of Network and Information Flow for Parallel and Distributed System

SHRINIVASH PREMIKAR, Shrinivash Premikar, Charvi K




In this paper we are analyzing and developing algorithms for the connectivity and complexity of point to point network. For the development of communication network algorithms we will convert the point to point network into its connectivity matrix. These connectivity matrix relations will be depending on the Processors to Processors relation or processor to edge relation or edge to edge relations. The logical operations will be performed between the vectors of nodes or edges of the connectivity matrix. These operations will be used to explore the topological properties of the architecture for information flow.


Interconnection Network, Point to Point network, Connectivity matrix algorithms.

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