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A performance model of communication in the quarc NoC

By M. Moadeli, W. Vanderbauwhede and A. Shahrabi

Abstract

Networks on-chip (NoC) emerged as a promising communication medium for future MPSoC development. To serve this purpose, the NoCs have to be able to efficiently exchange all types of traffic including the collective communications at a reasonable cost. The Quarc NoC is introduced as a NOC which is highly efficient in performing collective communication operations such as broadcast and multicast. This paper presents an introduction to the Quarc scheme and an analytical model to compute the average message latency in the architecture. To validate the model we compare the model latency prediction against the results obtained from discrete-event simulations

Topics: QA75
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.gla.ac.uk:40023
Provided by: Enlighten

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