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Latency Performance of Chordal Ring Perfect Difference Network Topology for Network on Chip Architecture using NS2

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Author(s): Mahendra Gaikwad | Rajendra Patrikar | Abhay Gandhi

Journal: International Journal of Computer Applications
ISSN 0975-8887

Volume: 34;
Issue: 10;
Start page: 60;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Perfect Difference Network (PDN) | Network on Chip (NoC) | Perfect Difference Set (PDS)

ABSTRACT
The emerging platformbased design paradigm poses enormous challenges to conceptualizing, implementing, verifying and programming today's complex System on Chip 'SoC' design. NetworkonChip 'NoC' architecture provides a scalable, high performance and robust infrastructure for onchip communication. Perfect Difference Network 'PDN' based on the mathematical notion of Perfect Difference Set as an asymptotically optimal method for connecting IP cores with network diameter D=2 so that any IP core is reachable from any other IP core in one or maximum two hops. In this paper, we have proposed the Network on Chip architecture based on the mathematical notion of Perfect Difference Network 'PDN', which is referred as Chordal Ring PDN topology for Network on Chip architecture. PDN based NetworkonChip 'NoC' architecture is currently viewed as a 'revolutionary' approach as a solution for addressing the design challenges of future high performance nanoscale architecture to provide a scalable, modular and robust infrastructure. In this paper, we present the latency performance of Chordal Ring PDN topology for NoC architecture using simulating tool NS2.
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