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Routing linear permutations on Fibonacci and Lucas cubes

By Mark Ramras

Abstract

In recent years there has been much interest in certain subcubes of hypercubes, namely Fibonacci cubes and Lucas cubes (and their generalized versions). In this article we consider online routing of linear permutations on these cubes. The model of routing we use regards edges as bi-directional, and we do not allow queues of length greater than one. Messages start out at different vertices, and in movements synchronized with a clock, move to an adjacent vertex or remain where they are, so that at the next stage there is still exactly one message per vertex. This is the routing model we defined in an earlier paper.Comment: 11 page

Topics: Mathematics - Combinatorics
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:arXiv.org:1207.1518

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