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Pipelining of the message bits or flits on the network interconnection links can further reduce the 560 INTERCONNECTION NETWORKS FOR PARALLEL COMPUTERS Source Message 1 Message 2 Source Intermediate node Message 1 Message 2 Intermediate node Destination Message 1 Message 2 Destination Packet 1 Packet 2 Packet 3 Packet 1 Packet 2 Packet 1 Time Time (a) (b) Source Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Header Intermediate node Message 1 Message 2 Message 3 Tail Message 1 Destination Message 2 Message 3 Time (c) Figure 7.
9(a), and assume XY routing (X dimension first, then Y dimension). A message from source 2 destined to node 7 will be routed through the intermediate nodes 1 and 4 as shown in the figure. , the link between nodes 4 and 7), the message is blocked as well. An alternative path of the same length exists through nodes 5 and 8, but this path cannot be taken because of the XY routing algorithm. Thus, on the one hand, XY routing restricts the number of paths a message can take (and therefore increases the possibility of message blocking), but, on the other hand, guarantees deadlock freedom in the network (for a detailed explanation, see Ref.
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